Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Being Bradford Dillman

While my showreel is mostly composed of character animation, I have acquired a lot of experience in compositing this year.

You may have seen some publicity for a new short that was recently released called 'Being Bradford Dillman'; I did months of CG animation and compositing in After Effects for this film.

It was recently screened at the BFI in the London Film Festival as part of the International Panorama 1 programme.

You can check it out at

and see a trailer at

Friday, 9 September 2011

Commission me to draw your portrait

Portraits are a wonderful gift to uphold the memories you share with your friends and family.

Commission a portrait the easy way with no risk. Simply email your request along with the photos of your choice to Jenny at

Whether you want a realistic copy of a particular photograph or a caricature in a fantasy situation, anything is possible. Media are charcoal, coloured pencil, graphite, pastel, oil pastel, watercolour, ink...or something else of your choice.

I will photograph or scan the portrait and email it to you. Then you can decide if you want to buy it - there is no obligation. Prices begin at £25 for an A4 pencil drawing.

Wednesday, 17 August 2011

Pendle Witch Child

Tonight is the first broadcast of The Pendle Witch Child. I assisted Phoebe Boswell in the animation of this historical documentary.

This is Phoebe's website:

It was a pleasure to animate traditionally (on a lightbox with pencil and paper) after so many months of CG animation.

Here is an overview of the documentary with some stills and video clips:

Monday, 8 August 2011

Jotta Interview

Jotta interviewed me about my involvement in Being Bradford Dillman and posed more questions to reflect on my graduate film, Lilith's Second Chance. You can see the feature by following the link below:

Wednesday, 20 July 2011

Imagine Q&A for Being Bradford Dillman

Imagine Q&A for Being Bradford Dillman
Check out this Imagine Animation interview for a unique insight into the concept development of Being Bradford Dillman. Delve into the dark childhood memories of director Emma Burch and illustrator Pete Williamson to understand how masterminds come up with their ideas!

Reality really can be stranger than fiction...

Being Bradford Dillman is unleashed

From January to June, I had the pleasure of working with the team at Loose Moose Productions on their latest production: a 10 minute stop-motion animation called Being Bradford Dillman.

We held a private screening on the 14th of July and it was a massive hit - please check out this charming and hilarious film! It has been accepted to some prestigious film festivals, with hopefully many more to come.

Any of the links below will lead you to more information about the film and the production team. My role was compositing and animation in After Effects.