- Art Direction
- Motion Graphics
- Game Assets
- Visual Effects
- 3D Animation
- After Effects
- Cinema 4D
- 3DS MAX
- Music Video
- Live Events
- Explainer Videos
- Broadcast Graphics
I have been creating computer generated imagery for over twenty years. I was the kid trying to recreate blockbuster scenes and hacking crude games on his bedroom computer.
I achieved an Honors Degree in Human and Computer Sciences at Bournemouth University in the UK (Home of the National Centre for Computer Animation)
Since leaving Uni I quickly progressed into senior roles at ‘New Media’ agencies in London and Brighton. During the so-called dot com boom, I was designing websites, Flash games and viral campaigns for consumer technology, television, fashion and music brands.
A move to Brighton game and animation studio Littleloud enabled me to continue pursuing film and television promotion work as well as broadcast visual effects.
Working as a Lead Artist, I was responsible for the design, production and art direction of games and viral animations to support the promotion of many Hollywood blockbusters from Universal and Paramount Pictures. These included Iron Man, Kung Fu Panda, Madagascar and the Transformers series, which won a Webby Nomination.
During my time at Littleloud, I was also involved in creating online interactive drama games to support Television shows from Channel 4 and the BBC. One of which won a Children’s BAFTA award.
I was also visual effects artist on an animated Doctor Who mini series produced at Littleloud for the BBC. “Doctor Who – Dreamland”
I began operating as a freelancer in 2010 and have worked as a motion graphics artist with agencies such as Futuredeluxe, Mainframe and Crush Creative with brands such as Nike, Fox Sports, Jaguar and Sky.
A move to the Midlands in 2018 led me to become a full time staff member at BBC Three illustrating and animating to support and promote the channel.
I am now freelancing again as a graphic artists / animator.