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59 Production’s ‘City of Glass’

Long time client 59 Productions embarked on their enormously ambitious stage adaptation of Paul Auster’s New York Trilogy. It opened in Manchester and then moved to London, where it was greeted by rave reviews.

I was one of four lead animators on the show. There is animated content for every second of the 105 minute production, so it was a big undertaking! See some of ‘my’ bits here, mapped onto a 3D model of the set to give a sense of how it is in the space:

Project produced by 59 productions:

‘David Bowie Is’ Tokyo

Another ‘David Bowie Is’ install, another city. This time was Tokyo, at the Terrada warehouse and it was bloody fantastic.

If you don’t mind an uncharacteristic lapse in quality (the video was filmed on a smartphone), then you can check out my ‘Jean Genie’ video/lighting as it appears in the space:

You can read more about the exhibition in the following post:

One Two: Trailer

Trailer and website are live!! See them here:

‘One Two’ is a comedy series that strips away the glamour of the music industry and exposes the gritty grind, the Sisyphean struggle and the glorious vanity of it all.

The series has been written and produced by Nat Jenkins. I’ve directed three of the six episodes, one set in London, one in Copenhagen and another in Amsterdam. They’ll be released over the next couple of months on LesInRocks and VICE Holland.

BBC Proms – Cello


59 Productions’ Richard Slaney engaged me to create the animations for their collaboration with BBC Proms. The project involved projecting onto a moving cello whilst cellist Sol Gabetta played a bit from Elgar’s Cello Concerto in E minor.  Here is a ‘raw’ clip from the animation I produced.

The final product can be seen here:

Project produced by 59 productions:



‘David Bowie Is’ Bologna

The world touring ‘David Bowie Is’ exhibition has opened at the MAMBo in Bologna. A happy week was spent there stuffing my face with pasta and working on adapting my original content to the new space.

The exhibition is open until the 14th November. Tickets and info can be found at

Read more about the exhibition here: