CREATIVE NUTS

 
 
 

JOB: DISPATCHES: THE SECRETS OF CADBURY
CLIENT: CHANNEL 4
OUR ROLE: CONCEPT, DESIGN, ANIMATION

This job was conceived, created and on air within a week. Unable to use footage from the show which was still being edited, we worked closely with Channel 4 directors who really wanted the old style Cadburys commercial feel. Not having time on our side we had to think on our feet and come up with a stop frame solution within the 3D software. The result went down really well and was nominated for awards.

 
 

JOB: FAHR(T)RAUM
CLIENT: FERDINAND PORSCHE MUSEUM  
OUR ROLE: PRODUCTION, DESIGN, ANIMATION, GRADE

Approached by a director working with the Porsche Museum.
Our challenge was to condense a lot of information and visuals into a short sequence. We developed a book like treatment which combined imagery and VT to tell the story of the early days and development of the Porsche

The completed film showed at the Fahr(t)raum museum in Austria, on their website and Youtube Channel. We did various follow up sequences in this look and style.

 

 
 

JOB: GOOGLE BRAND RE-IMAGAINED PRESENTATION
CLIENT: ITCH
OUR ROLE: PRODUCTION, EDITING, COMPOSTING, GRADING, AUDIO.

We were tasked with the challenge of creating a sequence for ITCH to sit within their presentation to Google. The brief was to use existing footage to edit and package up keeping within the Google Brand but making it fresh, exciting and to create a buzz.

 
 

JOB: NENX
CLIENT: LIGHT BRIGADE
OUR ROLE: PRODUCTION, EDITING, ANIMATION 

NENX launched an app where anyone can trade on the Stock Markets. Our job was to create a sequence that explained in Layman’s terms how it worked. This involved condensing a lot of information into a sub-two minute explainer.

 
 

JOB: RAILWAY MANIA
CLIENT: BILL & BEN PRODUCTIONS
OUR ROLE: ANIMATION

We designed this Monty Phython inspired sequence for the documentary “Boom Bust Boom” presented by Terry Jones. Detailing economic boom bust cycles throughout the ages. Our section focussed on those who invested in the railways in the mid 1800s.