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Blog  |   Happy Holidays & Farewell 2011

I was out in Melbourne town last week shooting some timelapse videos with my brother Shane, and came across a Christmas projection on St Pauls cathedral. When captured as a timelapse the projection looked even better, so I thought I’d post it to my website and make a Christmas card out of it…

I started freelancing full time around March 2010, so 2011 was my first full year flying solo. This year saw a natural progression from working in-house at agencies and design companies in a traditional freelance role, to running a small one man business from my home studio. I’ve been overwhelmed with the positive feedback, support, and opportunities that I’ve been given to work on some great jobs for a diverse range of clients. A big thank-you goes out to everyone I’ve worked with this year.

Whilst there were many projects I enjoyed working on over the course of the year, I’ve put a small selection below of some of my favourites which give a good cross section of the variety of jobs I’ve done. I thought it’d be a good chance for the people I’ve worked with to see what else I’ve been up to…

 

Deloitte Review Films Intro


more info…

 

Victorian Leader of the Opposition Website


more info…  Websites were also created for several Victorian Labor MP’s

 

AAPT Connect


more info…  A network flyover was also created for AAPT this year.

 

Nestle Bear iPhone App Animation


more info…
Created for Appscore

 

Australian Crime Commission


more info…  A 3D visualisation of Melbourne’s Federation Square filling up with money was also created for the ACC.

 

 

What’s on for 2012…

Plans for 2012 are already under way. For a start, next year I’ll be launching a small side-business with my brother. I’m also still receiving a lot of positive comments about older work I’ve created, especially Start Running Pico, so I’ve decided to put some time aside to produce another short animation which I’m very excited about (just need to find the time in an already busy schedule!). Other than that, hopefully I’ll get the chance to work on some great projects again. Until then enjoy the Christmas break and have a happy new year!