PROJECTS I’ve Recently Completed
Check out a range of portfolio projects I’ve completed below.. Please see the descriptions to see what my role was in the project and process.
3D Medieval Weapons Room Scene
Below is a 3D scene I created in a group with Lachlan Skerman, and Michael Morgan whereby I designed all the weapons, barrels, cooling unit, and the room in general. I created all the models, texturing and UV mapping in Maya, using Photoshop to create the actual texturing files. We uploaded the scene to sketchfab so its viewable online.
“FIGHT JUICE” TV AD
Below is a hypothetical tv ad for a can of drink called “Fight Juice” I completed in 2022 as a university project. I was supplied with the footage however I created the graphics, put together the edit, all the sound FX, soundtrack and colour grade.
FIGHT SCENE “THE PUNISHER”
Below is an individual project, and is an edit of some fight footage provided to myself. I created the sequence and storyline, sound FX and visual FX. The footage is from a locally produced movie to be called “Borderline” and emulates from the movie “The Punisher”.
“LOST LOVE” FILM CLIP EDIT
Below is a film clip edited by myself as a university project in 2022. I was supplied with all footage and the song by an unknown artist. I had creative freedom in selecting clips and how the footage was to be seen and colour graded. The song was called ‘Lost Love’.
“DOLLARS AND SENSE” TV AD EDIT
Below is a hypothetical and fictional tv ad for some “Dollars and Sense” products. I completed in 2022 as a university project. I was supplied with the footage, graphics and backing track. With instructions supplied, I put together the edit, all the sound FX, soundtrack and colour grade.
“CAMSPLAINING” VIDEO CAMERA TUTORIAL
Below is an edit of an informational video laced with humour about an arrogant, sexist lecturer completely unaware of his attitude and demeanour. I was provided all clips and audio, along with a script and timeline. Whilst I was given the sequence in terms of what was required to be shown, I had creative freedom on which shots to use, and colour grade.