A music video I made for the Bonobo track ‘Cirrus’. It uses clips from a 1962 film about the wonders of consumerism.
Something horrible I made to celebrate Christmas. Not for the weak-hearted.
A music video for Flying Lotus, for this I teamed up with friend and illustrator Sarah Brown (who I previously worked with on Meow and the Counting Song). She made the robots and I made them go horrible.
If you like the robots you can find some gifs here:
and here’s a desktop sized mechanical maggot for your viewing pleasure:
This is a music video I made for the band El Ten Eleven. It was inspired by the place where I currently live: the middle of nowhere. All there is to look at around here are trees and leaves, so I decided to try and make them more interesting.
Here’s my small tribute to the Queens Diamond Jubilee. 60 glorious years compressed into 6 seconds.
A video I made with illustrator Sarah Brown for Adam Buxton’s tv show “Bug”. That’s Mr Buxton singing by the way.
This video grew like a horrible fungus from a photo I found on my computer. Why this film exists is a question that only its title can answer.
For an extra dose of horror click here
Showtime commissioned a new video, and here it is. Its a metaphor for something-or-other, but mainly I made it because I hate spiders and wanted to torture myself.
Here are some gifs you can download – click on the images to view them:
Just rediscovered this bit of silliness I made several years ago:
I made this in flash and never bothered learning how to make it stop, so I’ve made it open in its own page to spare people having to listen to jazz all the way down the blog.
An alternative Christmas message.