Animated for the Videoblood DVD curated by Liam Bachler. The challenge was to make a 90-second animation – and as it turned out I only had about a week to do it. Still, the outcome was this fun little sexy number.
Music is ‘Mangapower’ by Module.
A random wallpaper that came out of concept designs for Module’s “Remarkable Engines” album design.
The front cover for Module’s debut album release, Remarkable Engines. Was a very fun job, that got me through an otherwise depressing, jobless period when I first moved to Bristol.
To the first music video – for Rhian Sheehan’s ‘Boundaries’. Okay, so it’s basically a re-edit of my final-year design school project, but it works! Will update with a better version as soon as I can.
Welcome to the Underground. The environment for my background project ‘Nuut’ – this is a concept scene of a typical neighbourhood. Apartments, a cafe/venue, and a bottomless pit. Like an early 20th century Paris, where everything is made of metal and the sun never shines.
The Taffeta, a popular bar housed inside a strange, hanging structure. This is a matte painting used in a proof-of-concept animation for the project.
From the period when post-911 and Iraq invasion was really kicking into gear – a desktop wallpaper ready and waiting for a scribble or a doodle.
An experiment in Photoshop – generating an abstract image using only filters and adjustments. The result is a suggestion of what might happen if humanity ever really did discover the Promised Lands…
A fanciful mechanical wallpaper.
A sketch for my friend, Aaron.