Animation can convey information clearly and effectively. It can also be fun, emotive, and thought-provoking. I have been animating for over six years, and have produced a range of animated content, including award-winning Short Films, Corporate Animation, Explainer Videos and TV Graphics, including other things. I specialise in the Adobe Suite, and can work closely with you to bring your message to life.
I also collaborate closely with actors and composers, and can provide the perfect soundtrack for your animation at a very competitive rate.
I have animated a variety of corporate videos, ranging from short, snappy logos, through to high-end explainer videos (via some exploding tanks and elves!).
Narrative & Social Media Animations
Narrative animation can make an audience laugh, cry and think. I was fortunate to be the first ever animation winner of the prestigious London Sci Fi 48 Film Competition 2014 (won in 2008 by Star Wars and Godzilla director Gareth Edwards, which launched his career!) with my short film The March. I wrote, directed, and animated the film in a sleepless 48 hour window.
Launching from the success of The March, I co-wrote and directed a feature-length series called Realms of Fightinge, which featured Star Wars and Harry Potter actor Warwick Davis. We launched the show onto YouTube, and thus far the channel has over 800,000 views.
I was also sponsored by Apple's Editor's Choice App Developer Pixite, in order to make a funny little video that gently mocked Star Wars The Force Awakens, but using assets fully created in their App 'Assembly'. The video has over 80,000 views thus far, and is aptly entitled The Sauce Weakens.
Our biggest viral hit thus far has been Oh Dear Metal Gear, a short video I created under a psuedonym to put on our YouTube channel. The video, created over three days, have amassed over 350,000 views thus far.
In Spring 2015, I was commissioned by Chiltern Railways to create an animated video that celebrated the railwaymen who served in the Great War.