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POP Gemma Tickle
Dame Edna Everage photographed for ES Magazine, September 2013.
Santa Monica, January 2014
Red Bull Music Academy Presents: 12 Years of DFA Records, narrated by Marc Maron.
Directed by Max Joseph
Edited by Jeff Conrad
Produced by Aaron Weber
A m ss ng p eces Production
The film explores the themes of weightlessness and gravity that was established in Anya Hindmarch’s ‘Out of this World’ catwalk show alongside an elegant reworking of the soundtrack.
A dazzling array of beautiful everyday objects are seen to float aimlessly, as if caught in the depths of space, only to be brought to order by the appearance of accessories from Anya Hindmarch’s latest SS14 collection. The graceful deep space acrobatics continue until the piece draws to a satisfying, elegant close.
Design & Art Direction:
Director of Photography:
Art Department & Rigging:
Amin Charif El Masri
Creative Direction: Fabio Ardemagni
Production: Jules Guerin
Direction: Jules Guerin, Gabriel H Fermanelli.
Story: Jules Guerin
Character design, Layouts: Gabriel H Fermanelli
Animatic: Jules Guerin, Gabriel H Fermanelli
Animation: Jules Guerin
Sound design / music: Daniele Carmosino
I am a portuguese student and was born in 1996. At the moment had no design related school education, but I really try my best to absorb as much information as I can.
My main focuses right now are motion design and animation, but I try to get time for graphic design and illustration as well.
Music by Tree!
All visual elements by me (animation, modeling, rendering and illustration)
Directed by Andrew Goldsmith & Darcy Prendergast
Made by Oh Yeah Wow: ohyeahwow.com
Producer: Nicky Pastore
Cinematographer: Shelley Farthing-Dawe
Prosthetic Makeup FX: Sharp FX sharpfx.com.au
Art Director: Christina Remnant
Art Department: Donna Yeatman, Mohini Herse & Paige Prendergast
Wardrobe: Paige Prendergast
Editors: Darcy Prendergast & Andrew Goldsmith
VFX: Andrew Goldsmith
Colourist: Roslyn Di Sisto
Monster Design: Darcy Prendergast & Sharp FX
Stills: Oli Sansom
Monster: Darcy Prendergast
Cook: Trav Aulsebrook
AUSLAN Interpreter: Elizabeth Reed
AUSLAN Supervisor: Scarlette Baccini
Special Thanks: Mandy & Minh Ly - Nha Hang 5 Sao Restaurant, Springvale. Tom Fairman & Jess Langley at the Westgarth St House.
Follow me on my journey through the most significant and emotional year of my life.
‘Val’ is a chronological documentation day by day from 15 Feb 2013 to 15 Feb 2014.
Starting as a sort of travel/visual diary animation, the film took a big transformation. it turned out a completely different proposition altogether, covering huge milestones in my life beyond any of my expectations.
Within this time frame you will see in order-
My time in Brazil for my friends wedding.
My journey traveling the east coast of Australia.
The last days in Salisbury leading up to my Mother passing away.
A stag festival.
Getting married in Peru.
My mothers funeral.
A lot of London, whilst getting a visa for my wife.
A second trip to Peru.
Moving into a new house.
Getting a new Job.
And then finally getting my wife Lisi here just in time to give birth to our son Leonard.
A year by no means as I planed, filled with emotion from euphoria to despair and back.
The process of making this film has helped me get through this time. It has kept my brain active and been a challenge that I have endured in the name of my beautiful mother.
The name Val is taken from both my mum Valerie Sheppard and my son Leonard Valentino Graham. I felt this truly represents this crazy circle of life.
The mandala that appears with the logo and on the locket is symbolic of a year. The inner 12 circles for months the middle 56 for weeks and outer 365 for days.
All the photos are hand stabilised and taken using my iPhone, 80% 4S, 20% 5S.
The shots when I was overseas where mainly spontaneous but the ones in London had too be far more considered. I would plan locations before hand and work out times of the day or year that I would visit them. This meant in the winter months I would have to get up early and travel London before starting work.
I nearly forgot a couple of times and I thought I had lost my phone a few times too which would have ruined the project. Thankfully i managed to keep hold of both laptop and phone whilst on my travels and armed with an alarm on my phone I remembered everyday. Maybe my mum was looking out for me.