2016 Paralympic poem
2016 Paralympic Poem - Channel4
As part of this collaboration with Fulwell73, the production company behind The Late, Late Show with James Corden, I integrated graphics and visual effects, which brought Corden’s recital of Eddie Butler’s original poem to life.
Written by broadcaster Eddie Butler, the poem references the very beginnings of the Paralympic Games at Stoke Mandeville in 1948 and its growth over the years. The poem then takes a nostalgic look back at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London and revisits some of the highlights such as the gold medal moments of Ellie Simmonds, David Weir and Hannah Cockcroft.
‘Welcome to Rio takes in the historical roots of the Paralympic Games, recalls how events unfolded in London before turning its attention to the anticipation the Rio Paralympics and the nation’s hopes for Britain’s Paralympian's. The short film is based on the concept that Britain’s athletes are gathering backstage before they step onto the world stage of the Rio Paralympics to take part in the epic sporting event.’
Production company - Fulwell73
A collection of motion design done over the past few years.
*All pieces designed and animated by myself for various studios, agencies and companies, except Queens Baton Relay piece, which was a collaborative effort, of which my role was compositing at Earth London.
Music : Mount Kimbie - Before I move off
00:06 Marriott Hotel International General Managers Conference
00:15 Last Heroes of D-Day
00:18 I survived a fatal flight
00:20 Vets on the front line
00:21 BBC Click titles for online content
00:24 London Gateway
00:27 Last Heroes of D-Day
00:31 BBC Click eLoran explained
00:35 Badass Animals title card style test
00:37 Louis Vutton, History of.
00:42 Queens Baton Relay
00:45 James May's Things you need to know
00:47 Dont Blame it on Facebook
00:51 Freedem films
00:54 Prank Army, style test
bbc click - twitter strands
bbc - last heroes of d-day
I had the incredible pleasure of working for the guys over at Compost Creative to concept, design and animate a potted history of World War 2 up to D-Day. The piece was part of a BBC Series, 'D-Day: The Last Heroes'. Commemorating the 69th anniversary of D-Day.
bbc - james may's things you need to know
These are some key frames from the second series of Things You Need to Know, the question ‘Should I run or walk in the rain?’
I worked with Compost Creative on the project, which was a lot of fun, these guys are super talented and great fun to work with.
destination syria - bbc our world
I was tasked with creating the maps for the BBC Our World documentary - Destination Syria. In which Catrin Nye travels overland to the Syrian border with a group from Bolton in the North of England.
I adopted a muted, and a scaled back style in keeping with the tone of the documentary.