SEGA MOTORSPORT MANAGER
40 second Commercial for the new SEGA Motorsport Manager Game. Working with the tastiest agency in the world, Recipe London and SEGA. We designed and created this 3D holographic environment for Paul di Resta to interact with some of the highlights from the fantastic new multi-platform game.
STARWARS CHANNEL TAKEOVER
These animations and graphics where made for a channel take-over for MTG. Working closely with MTG, Disney and Lucas Films, we created a complete set of idents, channel logo's and bumper animations to celebrate the screening of the latest Starwars movies being broadcast on the film channels.
V&A British Design 1948-2012. Innovation in the Modern Age 31 march - 12 August 2012. Working closely with the curators and Soda we edited and supplied all the video content for this major exhibition. This included 9 projections five monitors and custom LED displays. Images courtesy of the Victoria & Albert Museum.
HTC One Phone Sponsorship for 2014 Champions League. From storyboard to final delivery, produced and animated this 15 second Sponsorship spot in 10 days. Arranging all aspects of the shoot, players and all the animation… a little slice of miracle in a short turn around but we managed it. Updated. We replaced the phone with the latest HTC M8 model and re supplied all Sponsorship spots for 4 channels
30 second Title Sequence for a major Discovery Channel series 'How We Invented the World'. Working in conjunction with Steve Kirby Design this project had a very fast turn around the design and development process worked seamlessly. The titles have been translated into 9 Languages.
This animation was part of a two minute opening sequence for a Playstation Game released in Japan called Kenran. This game involves fighting Samurai robots on Mars, which is underwater in the future along with other entertaining detail. This project is part of an ongoing series for work for Polygon Pictures, Tokyo.
WORLD EXPO JAPAN
This 3 minute piece was made as a part of longer animation created in conjunction with Polygon Pictures, Tokyo. Displayed on 96, 50 inch plasma screens positioned in a grid across the floor, these screens sat as the foundation of the 'open your mind' exhibit at the world expo in Aichi province in Japan.