I worked with ManvsMachine to create a motion piece for the launch of the Nike Free 5.0. Seeking the boundary between the real and artificial, we crafted a timelapse of a bonsai styled foot to show case the natural feel and form of Nike Free 5.0.
Accessory Relief is a study of creating luxury non-necessity. Taking the accessories of fashion and bringing it into a world of composition and design.
I recently worked with Futuredeluxe, BBC Creative and Superunion to design and produce a set of unique idents to help launch BBC2’s first identity update in over 25 years.
As well as these idents we were also tasked with creating a full set of motion guidelines that allowed further collaborating artists, studios and designers working across multiple mediums to create their own unique idents, all housed within one diverse and unique TV package.
As a part of the team at FutureDeluxe. We worked on the titles for the OFFF Design festival which took place in September 2017.
I work on the animatic, lighting, shading, texturing and general research & development.
Designed, Directed & Produced: FutureDeluxe
Music & Sound Design: Zelig Sound
Compositing: Igor Gama
Live Action Footage: Davy Evans
Character animation: Josef Sima & Jan Bohacek
Character texturing & modelling: Felix Wolf
These are a set of collages created for Nike Air Max. Combining lush metallics with soft pastel colours and subtle textures.
A wallpaper created for Prada’s Soho store, in collaboration with 2x4.
‘Silhouettes from the F/W'16 campaign are atomized utilizing a wildly eclectic library of objects that range from the specific – Prada products such as keys, books, and shooting stars – to the random – geometric forms, flowers, leaves, and feathers. Anchored by fragments of face, body, and garment, the bodies decompose and reconstitute tapping into a common stream of elements that trails across the full expanse of the wall.’
Flourish is a series which surrounds the composition of joining natural elements with rigid metal exteriors to create a surreal response.
Looking glass uses mirrored and glass panels to show case multiple angles in a portrait.
An exploration of repetitive objects stuck in extract.
Exploring human form degrading and fracturing into various abstract elements.
Using basic typographical form to express displacement and various colour schemes to create a memorising visual.
Project created in house at drp. This was a video used at Wolves end of season celebration.
The video is based around a introspective theme, fast cut treated footage, using 3D elements and textures to convey moods and emotions from the season.
Creative Direction: Richard Twamley & Seb Bird
Art Direction & Animation: Liam Pitchford & Chris Tilley
Sound Design: Fiona Hardeman
The sting was created in house at drp, for commercial use.
Bringing the logo to life using vibrant blue bubbles, mechanical helicopters and various marble stones.
Sound Design: Fiona Hardeman
Typeface inspired by classical architecture combined with a minimal and modern approach.
This is my entry for E4's 2015 Sting competition. The theme for my sting was carnival.