Craig Burston and myself were asked by Patrick McGrady to create a concept for a film that visualised an interview Kubrick made with a scientist for his film 2001.
I helped Sophie Clements with After Effects post production for her work which appeared at the Barbican in London.
MuirMcNeil wanted an application that would run full screen on a desktop computer for TypeCon2016 in Seattle. The application used TwoLine & TwoPoint font faces to display a clock. Any keypress randomises the fonts.
The application was given away on the festival website, the video was also made for the conference at which MuirMcNeil spoke.
Download the application here:
I've helped create a number of Simon Patterson works to date. These have predominantly focused on using digital manipulation skills to provide masks and other tools to enable Patterson to then manually create the work.
Alongside Lawrence Lartey I helped create a brief, then work with students both in the UK and New York in a collaboration between UAL and the Shawn Carter Foundation (Jay-Z).
Question Media group required a simple website with a quick turnaround. Drupal CMS was used to spin up a fast reliable site that has room to grow with the client.
Crossing Heaven is the title of a screen based wireframe animation of the Hubble spacecraft tumbling slowly against a black background. Drawn using technical data from the European Space Agency, the work depicts the Hubble as it orbits the earth in the outer atmosphere observing deep space, photographing and mapping the furthest corners of our solar system and universe.
A dynamic 3d framework was built to create an endlessly variable animation for Gec's exhibit.
illy Equillybrium, involved me creating a work with the Italian composer Ludovico Einaudi at the Triennale in Milan, Italy.
A sculpture was created for an exhibition, where it was paired with Einaudi's composition. The photo (top) of the floating coffee drop was devised and shot by myself for the campaign for Illy accompanying the exhibition.
Working with the directors Bison I created a set at Three Mills Studios that incorporated the new BMW 4 Series into a 35 metre long rainbow as part of a indent for Sky Arts.
The artwork Everything we are capable of seeing was the impetus for this new reworking of the concept:
I fabricated sections of Metro: Art at Velocity, Lance Wyman and Eduardo Paolozzi at the Bloomberg Space.
My role involved interpreting Lance Wyman's original drawings and helping to realise the artefacts and displays within the show. Physical production involved aluminium welding, machining and fabrication.