Motion design holds a special place in my heart. When I first learned about After Effects in university, I saw it as the perfect blend between my love of video and my love of design - and soon it became my 'gateway' into interaction & product design.
Soho Productions was founded in 2008 with a mission to reinvent television. To showcase the team's accomplishments, we decided to create a video to give a feel for the exciting new Xbox projects being created. For this video, I did the editing and motion graphics, with video shot by my colleague Timothy Ackroyd.
The Music Room was an interactive 2-part series for Xbox Live featuring a number of live performances and interviews (Everything Everything, Swim Deep and Carl Barat, to name a few). Viewers could shape the course of the show with interactive voting through the Xbox dashboard.
Lovebox, a music festival in London, was streamed lived across Europe via Xbox Live and featured live performances, backstage interviews and viewer interaction via Twitter.
A demo reel of the motion design work I did from about 2010 to 2013.
A school project that I still treasure. I recorded my Nana telling a bunch of different stories for me to animate - this one grabbed me and came up serendipitously in her ramblings on memory. All the more special as she sadly passed away this year.