Working with the fantastic Tom Pearson and Plum Pictures, I got to create the maps and graphics for this incredible, and frankly terrifying, series. Originally on Channel4 but now on Netflix, I highly recommend you check it out.
To help deal with a sensitive subject, I was commissioned by the BBC to create animations for a Panorama documentary on ‘peer-on-peer’ child abuse. To help anonymise the victims but still tell their stories in a powerful manner, over six minutes of hand-drawn animated content was created to accompany four different children’s accounts.
Working with my wife, Kate Munday, we produced four different treatments to make each case identifiably unique. It was an extremely challenging project in many ways; partly in terms of the amount of content we needed to create but mostly the emotional impact of working on these stories and the difficulty of dealing with the subject in an accurate yet sensitive manner.
Available on the BBC iPlayer at https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b098tgsl/panorama-when-kids-abuse-kids
Working with Robert Grieves, we produced a series of 3D maps for the Channel 4 TV series, Walking The Americas. Using actual elevation data and the GPS of the routes walked, we created textured terrains that accurately represented the journey whilst conveying the tropical environment of Central America.
Several maps were made for each episode and an overall map travelling right from Mexico to Colombia as the title sequence for the series.
Broadcast January 2017
Working with the fantastic Matthew Clark, I supplied the set motion graphics (and some post) for most of series 9, even including a little bit of interactive when called for. Not sure how wise popping up a load of BBC footage might be here so have a ruddy lovely old pile of stills instead…
Titles and stings for the BBC2 comedy series The Ginge, The Geordie, and The Geek, made with Emily Davis.
Graphics for BBC2 series The Story Of Science, bringing archive paintings and illustrations to life.
A complete branding and design package for the weekly Film4 movie show (now sadly defunct). The whole show was presented via a graphical interface which I was tasked to redesign and create a turnkey project for their future use.
Winner of an iTunes award for Best Video Podcast, Movie Rush was a pioneering multi-platform film review programme available online, via iTunes and broadcast daily on the Film4 TV network.
Described by Broadcast Magazine as the ‘Perfect Podcast’, Movie Rush was the first internet video show to be commissioned for TV in the UK and broadcast daily on the Film4 digital channel for nearly four years.
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Commissioned by IWC I made the titles and graphics for the BBC4 documentary Return Of The Hero. Part of the Adventure For Boys series, this programme focused on classic boys’ adventure stories and I used archive comics to invoke some nostalgia for the period.
Music is Lemonade by Horsebox