London Eye Timelapse

This is a piece which was created whilst on the EDF London Eye. Using my Canon EOS 600D and DSLR Controller Pro for Android, I set a delay of 5 seconds between each photo, and off we went.

The camera was attached to the rail around the side of the pod with a cheap GorillaPod clone, and the lens was touching the glass to minimise reflections from inside the pod.

I had planned to capture the whole rotation, but unfortunately the cable between the camera and the phone disconnected. I have now installed Magic Lantern onto my 600D, so when the weather turns nice again, expect more videos like this.

Colour correction was done in Adobe Photoshop, and the video was put together in Adobe Premiere, with each shot lasting 3 frames, at a rate of 24 frames a second.

Street Photography



My latest indulgence is photography. Armed with my trusty camera, a few lenses, and the experience gained from a few evening college courses, I can often be seen running around snapping pictures of the world passing by.
My current favourite subject to capture is street art. I find the colours to be very dynamic, and with a quick play in Adobe Photoshop I can enhance this even more. I’m also looking to start playing with some event photography at some point, hopefully in the near future.
Should you wish to use any of my photographs, please don’t hesitate and get in touch through the Contact Us page.

Loony Queen’s Speech 2012

In 2012, I was commissioned to make a video for What’s Next Entertainment. The piece was intended for use in their member “Crucial” Chris Dowling’s campaign for Mayor of London, representing the Official Monster Raving Loony Party.
Under their direction, the brief was to take the Queen’s Christmas Speech and subvert it. A couple of weeks back and forth with edits, and incorporating ideas from both sides, this is what we came up with.
The challenge of taking pre-existing footage from TV clips and the Loony archive to create new work was fulfilling, and the experience of working with a director instead of directing myself was an eye-opener.
The main edits were done in Abobe Premiere, with added animations and notations created in After Effects and Photoshop.