Collection of Projects
Here I present samples of my work. The little icons in the top right corner indicate what kind of media category is presented. In a general way they also represent the client’s industry, which may help you to find what is pertinent for you.
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University of Otago
A little robot was built, animated and shot to the moon in an interactive augmented reality (AR) experience.
RNZ / Maori TV
Maori warriors and colonial British soldiers were built and animated by BurningFish as well as the battle scenes enhanced by fire, smoke and debris for this documentary about an infamous armed conflict in NZ in 1845.
Sally Williams’ lovely and whimsical indie documentary about the life of illustrator and artist James Stevenson premiers at the 2019 New York City documentary film festival. BurningFish Productions cleaned up and prepared the assets and made them available to the team. I also designed the marketing concept, webpage and film poster and provided the original concepts for some hand drawn animations.
Coromandel Film Collective
This is an indie documentary film that tells the story of New Zealand’s Kauri trees, that suffer from dieback disease. BurningFish Productions provided animated microscopic overlays to make the infection visible to the viewer.
This has been a demo for augmented 3D content in a children’s book. The map on the inner cover of each book was augmented with an animated 3D world by BurningFish Productions.
Between 1959 and 1972 the unheralded yet pivotal New York artist Ken Dewey reimagined the function of art in society.
Burningfish produced the graphics and the film poster for this Indie Film, which was selected for the New York Documentary festival in 2016.
Science Photo Library in London is building up a series of images called “Global Vision” which help the viewer to understand the Earth as one interconnected system.
A contemporary and exciting exhibition of archaeological artifacts, presented by ghosts from the past.
15 short films for the government of Qatar for their upcoming National Day celebrations were showing off the dream jobs of Qatari children projected into the future.
BurningFish produced some explanatory animation for a video that BMW Yachtsport published to explain theiir new Flytime sensor technology, developed for the America’s cup races.
A display simulating a dive to the bottom of a deep sea canyon off the NZ coast.
Animal Planet had commissioned a 13-part series where BurningFish contributed mainly the big sweeping landscape shots that were required to bring this series to life.
A documentary commissioned by National Geographic about the magical powers that some spider species poccess.