A collection of projects I worked on as an animator
CAMDEN HELLS LARGER - CHRISTMAS AD
Got the chance to work on a really great Christmas TV Ad for Camden Hells, directed by James Papper and voice by the one and only D Double E.
I was tasked with animating the opening character scene of our main character as he introduces him self and them hypnotises you into buying Camden Hells Beer.
Along side this character animation I was also in charge of all the lip sync throughout the project. Lip syncing to D Double E was one to tick off the bucket list.
STUDIO DESK ANIMATION
Working with Studio desk on their TV spot to advertise World Remit’s money services in the run up to Diwali. I worked as a character animator on this one in charge of a handful of characters in the short TV Ad.
Working as an animator, and part of a small team I was in charge of an array of character animation and FX work throughout the Ad for the new Visa Wise Card.
Working with the Character Mathias and Arjin, I mostly animated there interactions within the London scenery and their hidden mishaps, in this case the unforeseen troubles with your banking.
GAP TOOTH - ALFIE KUNGU
Working as an animator, I was tasked with animating Alfie Kungu's characters to react to the live action footage directed by James Papper.
As part of Alfies book launch 'Gap Tooth' , the animation acted as a promotional video for it release, and a taster of Alfies work.
Live action footage directed by James Papper.
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Working as an animator alongside a small team, we created a teaser for an animated TV series created by, and to be pitched for a future TV series by Andrea. My role consisted of largely being trusted with character animation and the acting of these characters in this world as well as being given the opportunity to animate the ident for the show.
The Torture Letters – Laurence Ralph
Working alongside Director Jocie Juritz I was tasked with both clean up and animation responsibilities, using Jocies direction I created a selection of the shots used within the film.
Created for the New York Times
This film was a collaboration with Laurence Ralph, author and professor of Anthropology at Princeton. An animated accompaniment to four open letters from his powerful and illuminating book ‘The Torture Letters – Reckoning With Police Violence’.
Working as part of a small team I played the role of Clean Up Artist/ Animator working on character animation led and directed by Jack Brown for Tom Misch's music video Tidal Wave
Tidal Wave - Tom Misch Music Video
Innocent Smoothie Ad (Blink Ink)
Working alongside a team of animators I was tasked with both clean up work and background character animation, largely working with dancing crowd shots throughout
Studio Desk Animation
V&A Museum (V&A Innovation)
Working as an animator on the project I was given the chance to work with Studio Desk on their 3 part series for the V&A innovation programme. Animating across all 3 videos the projects told the stories of inventors who specifically created objects to both reuse and adapt from their natural surroundings.
The 3 shorts can be found over on Studio Desks Vimeo page
Future Power Station
Working as the 2D animator on this project I was in charge of animating the flying paper on top of the live action parts of the Ad.
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