Projects credited in
- The Red CraneThe red Scotch Derrick at Lawrence Wharf is a wonderfully preserved crane from Rotherhithe's shipping past. It is located along the River Thames and it is has been closed since 1986. The project is a regeneration scheme for the riverfront which places the crane as the main focus. The proposal is connecting the missing Thames Path through a cabin located at the end of the long arm of the crane so that visitors will continue their journey along the river in an alternative way. While in the cabin,
- Status - What must a town do to become a city?Introduction: 'Status' is an animated short film exploring a speculative future for Southend-on-Sea which I completed for my Postgraduate degree in Architecture at the University of Greenwich in 2016. As my major design project I was responsible for every aspect of the production, from research, concept design, and storyboarding, to 3D-modelling, compositing, and sound design. Description: In the United Kingdom the honour of city status continues to be publicly misunderstood, persistently pur
- PORTFOLIO 1. “STYLO”- Teenagers and young adults love to accessorize themselves wherever they go. Shades/spectacles have become one of them. So the main idea of the ad is to show that the brand “Stylo” sells shades for various places, occasions etc. It was shot using a green screen behind and later keying the image with a P2HD camera and edited using Adobe Premier Pro. The animated logo of the “Stylo” shades is made in Adobe Flash CS5. “The Raging Score”- Football as a sport has set standards in Chennai and has grown much since the last decade. Hence, the documentary style presentation that begins by introducing what the current scene of football in Chennai proceeds to interviews with players, parents and coaches. The documentary intends to show how football as a sport is making a mark in Chennai. It is almost a 7 minutes documentary and was shot using the camera as the advertisement and also edited with the same software Adobe Premier Pro.
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