Animations 

Over the years I have created multiple animations, from tongue and cheek plasticine fun to 3D animated art pieces. This is a page dedicated to specifically my animated work.

Produced alongside a body of work when studying at Goldsmiths University of London. This video is an outcome from my third-year final major project "I am obsessed with being relaxed." More details can be found by clicking on the Herbalism button. 

The Long Dark is part of the #DeadScenePoems​ project released across 2021. Supported by Help Musicians.

The Long Dark premiered at the 2021 Wakefield Artwalk Film Festival.

A short animation produced with SWM collective, promoting Diane Watson's ongoing project Garden of the Deep. Diane is a North East artist who has been making flowers out of plastic bottles, collected from local beaches. The flowers represent the intrusion of plastic pollution in our oceans. The Garden of the Deep button takes you to her website.

An animation based on the repetition of blinking, songs being stuck in your head and patterns. Apart of the Extension of Space project, as I explore how to interact with and become a medium. 

The daily activity of preparing, cooking and eating food, like most things, is surrounded by design elements and qualities. This animation was produced alongside an essay examining the design of daily activities and food preparation.

I am apart of the North East based art group SWM collective. Through which I produce original content for the Instagram page, as well as designing the branding and directing the visual expression for exhibitions and creative opportunities 

A continuing exploration of daily activities and being lost in thought. Frequently driving between towns in the northeast I love the view of wide-open landscapes, especially when they are framed with eighty-foot tall skeletal steel structures. In still traffic there mesmerizing to look at; I think the beauty in the way they’re connected comes from the large space within and between.

In collaboration with Jane Boehlert and Tatyana Eastap-Johnson. Produced during a one-day video workshop when studying critical and speculative design at Goldsmiths University of London.