Yes, but someone has already done that Ben…

I was chatting to Tom the other day about my Firewatch project, to which he simply said to me “yeah but someone has already made this Ben.” He’s not wrong. I am indeed trying to re-create a 3D model from a 3D game, which when you say it like that, does seem a bit pointless. However […]

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My favourite motion graphics videos of 2016

2016 has finally been laid to rest and we can breathe a sigh of relief at the new year. Here are a few of my favourite videos from the world of Motion Graphics over the last year for your viewing pleasure The first video comes from the excellent Cub Studio who produced the series #TrumpFacts I […]

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Music of October; what’s in my headphones?

Music; the soundtrack of summer. As the nights draw closer, the rain is falling harder and the mornings are darker, I’m still in the mindset of holding onto the last glimpses of sun that I can. For those that don’t know, I’m in a constant state of having music on. I wake up to the radio, […]

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Amigo; Smarter Shopping – Project Breakdown

With Amigo, I set out to solve a problem everybody has; wasting food. It came from a realisation at how much food we would waste and with that, money we were wasting by throwing food away and unnecessarily buying food we already had. Food is bought, stored and forgotten, then repeated. I wanted to create the […]

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Shadow of the Colossus – Project Breakdown

Shadow of the Colossus is a game released over 10 years ago now, which I remember reading about as an 11/12 year old boy. I remember the excitement I got and the hype that was building around this new game coming out. When it was released it scored 10/10 ratings across the board and is […]

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Stamps of the Cities

I was challenged at work to make a series of stamps in association with Omega and the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, which inspired me to create an ongoing series from cities all around the world. In this video from Omega house, you can see how the original design was used on the opening slide, and […]

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