Dragon Hologram
       
     
Goat Hologram
       
     
Lion Hologram
       
     
       
     
       
     
       
     
       
     
Moving Image Show Reel

A collection of all my moving projects and work. 

       
     
Festival Holograms

This is my latest major project I directed during my final year at CSM: A series of audio visualiser character holograms which dance in time to any music played. 3D animation was done by Yizhen Ng and character rigging was done by Hamid Ibrahim.  Video directed by Richard Taylor and Liam Nary

       
     
iPhone footage of the Holograms

Watch the middle goat hologram respond to sound. The holograms were coded in Unity with the help of Sion Fletcher

Dragon Hologram
       
     
Dragon Hologram

Interactive dragon hologram. 3D animation by Yizhen Ng and character rigging by Hamid Ibrahim. I  designed and modeled the characters in Zbrush and coded the holograms in Unity with the help of Sion Fletcher.

Goat Hologram
       
     
Goat Hologram

Interactive goat hologram. 3D animation by Yizhen Ng and character rigging by Hamid Ibrahim. I  designed and modeled the characters in Zbrush and coded the holograms in Unity with the help of Sion Fletcher.

Lion Hologram
       
     
Lion Hologram

Interactive lion hologram. 3D animation by Yizhen Ng and character rigging by Hamid Ibrahim. I  designed and modeled the characters in Zbrush and coded the holograms in Unity with the help of Sion Fletcher.

       
     
Lions of Zion - Marley Stage Visuals

A morphing animation created using Morph Age, as a submission for stage visuals for Ziggy Marley. All the portraits featured in this piece were modelled in Zbrush and textured in Adobe Photoshop.

       
     
RGB Morph

Morphing animation. All the portraits featured in this piece were modelled in Zbrush and textured in Adobe Photoshop.

       
     
Digital Spheres - Solo Show at Robert Kananaj Gallery

'Digital Spheres' was an all digital exhibition inspired by the world of online avatars and personalities at Robert Kananaj Gallery in Toronto, Canada. The line between online and offline is becoming remarkably thin in our minds as we increasingly create digital representations of ourselves online. Avatars, gifs, memes and emoticons help us to visualise who we are and how we feel in a digital realm where we cannot observe facial expressions or body language. The word ‘Avatar’ is the Hindi pronunciation of the Sanskrit term ‘avatara’ which means ‘to descent from’ and therefore ‘incarnation’. In this sense, avatars can be defined as incarnations of ourselves online , This exhibition is an exploration into characters digital avatars and sonas. Video show by Allan Facollege and edited by Liam Nary.