An animation created for a Dorset art group show in 2011, based on memories and impressions of my move from London to Dorset View on Vimeo
A short experimental piece based on an image I saw on Instagram, this imagines the church photographed by #road2decay with some extra ‘elements’… Abandoned Church.mp4 from shannon ribbons on Vimeo.
Here is my design for Joaquin Cornejo’s EP: El Viaje. You can listen to the music on Soundcloud here: ‘El Viaje’ is the first EP by the Ecuadorian producer Joaquin Cornejo. It’s a story in form of sounds and textures that explores the relationship between the primal and the ethereal. Particularly through the influence of electronic music and ancestral Latin-American rhythms. More than a creation of sound, this project is a collaboration with it. Almost all the tracks in the EP were composed through free improvisation sessions with amazingly talented musicians from the Manchester scene in order to maintain an
My new animation created for Coppe & The Program track ‘777’. Music by Coppe & The Program (Dij & Nico). Click the link below to watch fullscreen View on Vimeo
An experiment using ideas sketched quickly onto my tablet and built up in Photoshop with paint and photographic elements
A new digital art composition.
A reworked image from the archive – brightened up and given a bit more air.
This is n experimental movie clip showing a technique called ‘Camera Projection’. The technique creates a seemingly 3D scene using a 2D photo. Camera Projection works by using a light in an After Effects composition to shine through an image layer, projecting the pixels in the image onto a 3D surface. You can then animate a camera around the surface and create the impression of depth and perspective, all derived from a single, flat photo.
Some photos stitched together – a huge piece of rock hefted back from the beach, an old cardboard model room, a backdrop re-used from another ‘shoot’… added distressed textures and high key lighting to finish.
Some photos taken the other day on Hartland Heath, Purbeck. Pieces of treestump caught my eye, looking very much like scenes or objects I might use in my images.