University Year 2 Group Project, producing a trailer/teaser animation called "The Skeleton Key on Broadway".
My responsibilities were the overall Concept Art, Modelling the Detective's car, Environment Texturing/Lighting of Old New York, Post-Production effects, as well as Marketing and Branding of the Animation
A short satirical animation, demonstrating what technology may look like in the near future.
Set the year 2050 in a backdrop similar to modern day QVC, the Home Shopping Channel demonstrates three new and hot products based on current day technology research, coupled with a few adverts to break up the pace.
I worked on multiple overlapping themed projects to meet clients needs within a limited time frame.
My role composed of creating and animating musically-synced 3D assets to be used as part of video projection to music, and creating/animating 3D model video assets to be used in VJing. Themes included Priscilla: Queen of the Desert, and an EDM party taking place within a cathedral.
A project transcribing the Tower of Babylon from Text into a 3D Model
I looked at books detailed Islamic Architecture and pattern, direction and symbolism as primary sources of inspiration. As well as sources for transcribing the tower
The book chosen as a source to describe the Tower of Babylon is the Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics by James Hastings
Created to use as a part of my work for my final A2 Art Exam which explored the theme:
1. A lack of agreement or harmony (as between persons, things or ideas).
2. Active quarrelling or conflict resulting from discord among persons or factions
The Design is inspired by the work of High Fashion and Low Culture,as well as citing influence from the works of Tomoaki "Nigo" Nagao (Founder of BAPE Clothing), Marc Ecko (Founder of Ecko Clothing) and Takashi Murakami.
Working closely with clients Universal Studios and Alienware. I was asked to create a website to promote Paul(2011) and Alienware's M17x Laptop.
The design required a multi-page website with a mainstream look & feel that will appealed to a large audience, taking inspiration from other film promotional sites and adapting assets both from Universal and Alienware for the website.
The students, staff & alumni of Ba Hons CG Arts & Animation have been commissioned to produce an original sixteen minute animation to accompany a live performance of classical music by the Orchestre Symphonique de Bretagne on July 12th, 2013.
In response to ten extracts from the piece of music to be performed by the Orchestre Symphonique de Bretagne, the CGAA community is creating synesthetic 'speed paintings' from which the commissioned animation will originate. The collection of paintings that follow were envisioned by a member of the CGAA community in response to these extracts over the course of two weeks.