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Music Visualisation Survey (MA Major Project):

About: Created some visualisations of music and wanted to test how people interpreted them without sound.

Role: Designed a survey based on one by psychologist Kate Hevner, which tested people's emotional responses to music. Added questions about musical and other interpretations of the visuals. The survey is now completed, but the videos (with sound) and results are on their own page.

London Peculiar – South Kentish Town (MA project):

About: Took on an extra brief to create a logo and video to promote the more unusual side of London.

Role: Designed a logo to be applied to any peculiar aspect of London. Selected and researched the topic of abandoned Tube stations; typographically illustrated and animated a passage from South Kentish Town, a prose story by Sir John Betjeman (used with kind permission of John Murray, Publishers).

Tomorrow's World title sequence (BA project):

About: The brief was to design a new logo and title sequence that could revitalise a then-flagship BBC programme.

Role: Selected Tomorrow's World; designed a logo and devised a narrative. Typographically illustrated and animated the narrative, setting it to music to create the title sequence.

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Channel 4 sting (BA project):

About: Alongside the above project, there was a brief to create a sting that could promote Channel 4, using its existing branding whilst highlighting its edgy, irreverent side.

Role: Came up with an idea and storyboard based on a love letter; developed a method of visualing it by compositing and animating scanned images using an early version of After Effects.

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