Category Archives: Animation

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A little tour of my studio and the secret of how I made the Wet Nuns video

Its been a little over a week since the release of the animation I made for the Wet Nuns video and the response to video has been phenomenal! A massive thank you to everybody for their positive comments. A lot

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A little tour of my studio and the secret of how I made the Wet Nuns video

Its been a little over a week since the release of the animation I made for the Wet Nuns video and the response to video has been phenomenal! A massive thank you to everybody for their positive comments. A lot

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“Why you so cold?” – Wet Nuns

Here it is! The video I made for my good friends Wet Nuns. Let me know what you think and make sure you catch these gents on their UK tour (info at http://www.wetnuns.com)

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“Why you so cold?” – Wet Nuns

Here it is! The video I made for my good friends Wet Nuns. Let me know what you think and make sure you catch these gents on their UK tour (info at http://www.wetnuns.com)

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Wet Nuns “Why You So Cold?” music video launches! (I made that!)

The music video for the new Wet Nuns single “Why You So Cold?” is being released this week as an NME exclusive video – I’m very excited as this is the project I have been working on for over a

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Wet Nuns “Why You So Cold?” music video launches! (I made that!)

The music video for the new Wet Nuns single “Why You So Cold?” is being released this week as an NME exclusive video – I’m very excited as this is the project I have been working on for over a

Making of Wooly Worms Animation

Archive: 2011 – Wooly Worms

Showing what can happen when bored art students are left with a camera and some wool, this short experimental animation was produced over the course of a day & made in collaboration with Katie Rowlston (http://www.allawry.com/) & Alicia Gledhill working

Making of Wooly Worms Animation

Archive: 2011 – Wooly Worms

Showing what can happen when bored art students are left with a camera and some wool, this short experimental animation was produced over the course of a day & made in collaboration with Katie Rowlston (http://www.allawry.com/) & Alicia Gledhill working

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Archive: 2010 – Early Yarnbomb Experiment

  This early piece was an experimental animation utilising yarnbombing, a term used for textile graffiti that often incorporates knitting, crochet and weaving. As urban themes permeate my work, yarnbombing offers the opportunity to combine my chosen textile medium with

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Archive: 2010 – Early Yarnbomb Experiment

  This early piece was an experimental animation utilising yarnbombing, a term used for textile graffiti that often incorporates knitting, crochet and weaving. As urban themes permeate my work, yarnbombing offers the opportunity to combine my chosen textile medium with