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.
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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.
Here’s the ‘Best Budget Dance Video’ award I won at the UK MVAs for my Eskmo ‘We Got More’ film. As you can see I am well chuffed, although I couldn’t collect it in person because I was moving house the next day and was trapped in my flat by a wall of cardboard boxes.
Thanks to Martin Dobson at Ninja Tune for commissioning the video and sending me the trophy. It all turned out rather well I think.
A music video I made for a remix of the band Hooray for Earth by Cereal Spiller. Its a journey through fractal isometric geometry, something I’ve always wanted to make a video about.
Here are a bunch of videos I made as part of an ad campaign for Trident chewing gum. For some reason they ended up mostly involving chickens, despite the extreme rarity of hen’s teeth.
Experiments in ovine geometry.