I have nearly twenty years experience of working to a variety of design briefs in a business environment. This includes 2D and 3D motion graphics, touch-screen kiosks, web sites, Branding, bespoke interactive and multimedia CDROM presentations (showing my age here). I have also worked on-site over Europe at various corporate events, exhibitions and trade shows where I have seen my projects implemented in conjunction with stand and branding design, which has given me a first-hand view of how multimedia can be used to enhance and promote specific messages to a wide and varied target audience. I have been freelancing in London for 16 years.Locked Pro Plan feature
I have been working in a freelance capacity with 59 Productions since 2016. This has enabled me to work on some amazing, high profile projects such as projecting on to the Washington Monument to mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon landing ("Apollo 11: Go For the Moon") and creating a VR experience for the BBC to commemorate the First World War centenary ("Five Telegrams: Nothing to be Written").
I have worked on various projects with RY in a freelance capacity for several years
Freelancing has allowed me to grow and develop as a designer and animator, and given me the opportunity to work with a varied group of agencies and brands across many sectors. It has also been invaluable for my pitching, budgeting and project management skills.
I designed and authored CDROM and touch-screen presentations using Flash and Director, including projects for GSK, Motorola, Vodafone and Hilton Group. These projects took me to various events and live shows across Europe.
‘Multimedia’ was very much in it’s infancy when I started my degree at Swansea Institute. The course was extremely varied, ranging from 3D to coding to sound design, and prepared me for a career working with many forms of media in a design environment.
Awarded to "Five Telegrams: Nothing to be Written". I was Lead Animator in a freelance capacity, working with 59 Productions
As the world celebrated the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing in the summer of 2019, the Smithsonian Institution’s National Air & Space Museum (NASM) revolutionized the way the public could remember, honor, and share that life-changing moment. Partnered with 59 Productions, the NASM team brought the Apollo 11 mission launch, lunar landing, and splashdown to life, projecting them onto the side of the 555’ Washington Monument. Over several nights, thousands of people from around the world gathered on the Washington Mall in Washington, D.C., to take in the sights, sounds, and celebrations of this momentous human achievement. By celebrating Apollo 11 in such a unique manner, NASM not only recreated some of the “Apollo magic” for generations who didn’t have the opportunity to experience it first hand, but also inspired all those who witnessed the tribute about the promise of space explorations to come.
The LMG Touring Award for Corporate Event Video Content: 59 Productions for Apollo 50: Go for the Moon