Turner Classic Movies Presents: Adversary Season (Hypothetically)

Competing among my peers for an internship with TCM, I am to present A2 posters advertising a hypothetical movie season; Adversary Season being my choice. As a foundation for this, I will be rendering the faces of iconic adversaries. To keep you up to date with my progress, my initial sketches are below:

Tchéky Karyo as Insp. Richards in Kiss of the Dragon Jude Law as Harlen Maguire in The Road to Perdition Lionel Atwill as Prof. Moriarty in Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon

Making Tea Underwater – Tea Mixing in Water – Conceptual Test Footage

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Concept test footage for a project I’m undergoing at University, branding tea as a key element to English culture. Currently sans-branding. I’m hoping to re-shoot the footage in studio to avoid the reflections and to obtain higher resolution footage. Footage currently slowed to ~70% (with slight variance to fit the motion to the audiotrack)
Music by Benjamin Britten, the ‘Dawn’ Interlude from the opera ‘Peter Grimes’

Identity Introduction Poster

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Identity Introduction Poster

An A3 poster made in Adobe Photoshop using manipulated Plasticine as a foundation for the image, to introduce my new online identity as a designer.

Stoney Ground

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Stoney Ground

A3 Acrylic Etching

I’m kicking off my new online presence with some work from the past. This image was produced in the first year of my Degree (2011) as a creative response to the play DNA by Dennis Kelly. Revisiting work from my first year reminds me of where my education began, studying Art and Design at A level. Over the course of my final year at University I plan to combine the professional working processes that I have developed over the last three years with my natural creativity, to produce exciting work for my portfolio.

Foodfile Collaboration

Mid 2013, I was responsible for the net design and artworking of the ‘FoodFile’, a joint social action project between UCS and FIND food banks; this project was to provide households receiving food parcels with friendly and non-patronising recipe ideas and advice.

The project was completed in a group, within which we all took responsibility for several tasks. The design (encompassing net and artworking) was my responsibility, with our teams illustrator Michael Barrett drawing the vine for the wallet, which we then placed together.

Credit and ownership:
Wallet design, net and artworking excluding vine are solely my own work.
Illustration credit: Michael Barrett; see: http://www.thegoodshipmorris.tumblr.com
Photo credit: Gary Reedman; see: http://www.behance.net/gallery/FoodFile/10496109