It's been out for almost a year, but I finally finished this amazing game. I picked it up when first released and loved it, stunning graphics and a great story. It's simply the best looking, most cinematic thing I've seen in a video game and I highly recommend that anyone thinking of getting a PS4 take a look!
I'm directing three 15sec commercials for Shell today. Shooting at a working petrol station with child actors and cars everywhere - neat. Canon C300, Ed Beck DOP - looking great.
I've been on a 4 day shoot this week, directing a series of 6 commercials for Hotpoint with Lisa Faulkner. Shooting on multi-cam 3x arri amerias - good fun!
A couple of years ago I started work on a short animated film. I worked on it for about 6 months on and off. I was really enjoying the process but in all honesty probably spending too long on it. Animation is a realm I've always been fascinated by, but always lacked the confidence and tools to get into it. Regardless of how long it was taking me to find a stride with the project, it was up and running and I was working on it almost daily.
During a catch up with a good friend a few days ago, the film came up in conversation. My friend is a proper artist you see, and when I was working on the film I used to see him every day at work and we'd chat about how it was going. He asked about 'that' animation and ever since I've been thinking about how cool it would be if I could ever get the thing finished. I'm gonna give it a shot, let's see what happens. Terry this is all your fault!
In the meantime, here's a screen grab from one of the scenes I'd been working on. Meet Frank!
I'm delighted to say that LOW is now available on DVD and VOD, released by Brink Vision.
- The film is available on DVD via amazon here
- Or watch now in glorious full HD via Vimeo On Demand here
The DVD includes some very special features:
- Exclusive behind the scenes featurette with cast of LOW
- Award winning short film 'Victorian Undead'
- Behind the scenes gallery
More VOD platforms to follow, including iTunes & Amazon Instant Video
I directed and edited this trailer for the XBox One launch title 'Powerstar Golf'. It was a lot of fun filmmaking in a digital environment where the possibilities for camera moves were pretty much endless! Working with animated characters was quite tough, the animators on the project were pushed for time and it was a case of working to the limitations of what we had to tell the story. Had lots of fun working on this.
A very cool little write-up of Victorian Undead here:
Thanks to Em for checking it out! She'd like to see more zombie action, anyone else interested in a sequel?