3D Projects & Animated Shorts

Research & Collaborations

Marcus & The Mystery of the Pudding Pans

‘Marcus & The Mystery of the Pudding Pans’ is an animation short (and exhibition instillation) produced for schools to help encourage children to develop an interest in our past.

Red & The Kingdom of Sound

Red & The Kingdom Of Sound is an animated adaptation of Benjamin Britten's 1945 composition, The Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra. The film was devised to be screened with live accompaniment by symphony orchestras performances in France, Germany, Poland, Bulgaria, Slovenia and Slovakia, Red & The Kingdom Of Sound was shared with European schools as part of their music curricula.

Le Creation Du Monde

Animated 'speed paintings' edited to the music of the La Création du Monde by Darius Milhaud’ for a series of live screenings alongside orchestras across Europe. Live Performances - 2013: Amiens, France / 2014: Anchorage, Alaska / 2015: Abbville, France / 2015: Hirson, France / 2016: Zilina, Slovakia / 2016: Katowice, Poland

The Requiem Seven

Physical sculptures derived from motion data capturing Conductor Arie van Beek' movements during a performance of Requiem. Shown at the Royal Opera House's High House Production Park, Purfleet.

Noyes Fludde

The design of physical props for a live staging and performance of Benjamin Britten's Noye'sFludde. Noye's Fludde was performed first at the Cirque Jules Verne in Amiens, France, followed by performances at the Theatre Imperial, Compiegne, and Comberton Village College, Cambridge.


Animated responses to the winning artworks of the MASK Prize, a creative competition for schools and young people under the age of 25 in Kenya. The resulting exhibition, Transformation/Mabadiliko, showcased the final animations alongside the artworks that inspired them. Exhibited at the Zandra Rhodes Gallery and the Turner Contemporary, Margate.

Fantastic Voyage: Spectacular Science

A collaboration between Dr Peter Klappa, Staff, undergraduates, and the Bioscience Department at the University of Kent to convey biological processes accurately while considering ways in which complex ideas might be represented engagingly to different audiences through animation.