I was watching The Rugrats on Netflix in bed, as you do. Suddenly, I was overcome with fascination by Chucky’s t-shirt.
It must have been a high dose of nostalgia copulating with the geek neurons in my brain, but I just kept thinking that I really want that as the background for my computer.
I made it, and as I was, my mind started to drift into thinking how cool the full set of characters would be as minimalist wallpapers.
Just updated my Facebook timeline to something a little better – it’s only temporary though as I want one with a better, brighter photo, but the camera concept will still be the same, just put together better.
Here’s the original ‘Scamp’ – if you can call it that.
I sent a photo I took into the local paper a few months ago, and the other day I get a call telling me I’m going to be published. Sweet.
This is another video I made of my niece and nephew. I’m starting to accidentally document the growth of them, but hey, when they’re older they are going to love this stuff!
Chris and I filmed this “advert” for the Co-Op driving insurance aimed at young drivers. What a cracking feeling it was getting an email from the seeding company unknowingly asking me to publish it. When I started The Cheese Grater in the first year of ad school, this was one of my goals: to get to a point where I get asked to seed my own stuff on my own site… and get paid. Dope.
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Here’s me and Chris hard at work. at work. at work. at work.
Imagine how life would be if one day you woke up and all your favourite social media sites had disappeared. All your friends, photos, messages and events. Poof, gone.
‘Up in smoke’ is the photo-set’s concept of networks literally going up in smoke. They’re visualised purely on the colours found within their logos. Continue Reading →
…it involves a camera and a kitchen towel.
Just so you get the gist of how I got to this image, I’ll show you the unedited, the inverted and the colour version, as well as the set up used to achieve this.
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I had this idea about a week ago to make a photoset of what cuddly toys get up to after dark. The two routes I was thinking of taking were 1. Macabre and 2. Cute. I’ll probably end up mixing the two.
So anyway, I hear about a Behind The Scenes competition and I decided to go for it. The gist is that you make a video of a photo or video shoot.
Here’s my video from the shoot: