In The Winter Hours is an animation drawn and directed by Edwina Ashton.
I have worked with Edwina Ashton on several projects, planning and animating short films. I cut out, rig and animate her drawings as well as provide technical and creative assistance in bringing a project from initial idea to finished film.
In The Winter Hours was on show at Whitechapel Gallery in London from 26th April - 14th August.
Software: After Effects, Photoshop, Premier Pro
Animation Clip (00:54)
Here is a selection of short clips from some of the animations I have made for the Science Photo Library.
The animations are designed to explain complex scientific ideas to a general audience.
Software: Maya, After Effects, Photoshop
2014 - 2015
A showreel featuring a selection of my 2D animation work.
Software: After Effects, Photoshop
Since graduating, I have continued to work with her as well as on my own animations and other freelance projects.
I became interested in 3D animation and CGI while at The Glasgow School of Art, studying Sculpture & Environmental Art. My degree show piece featured an installation and 3D animation using camera tracking for compositing into live action footage.
I went on to study Visual Effects and Special Effects at the Nation Film and Television School, where I improved my skills and learnt to use a wide variety of software.