Terminal Beach 01: Randomised Narratives
Visuals for the first Terminal Beach came via an automated VJing program, designed to picks scenes at random from a carefully-curated library of films. Incidental narrative flows, juxtapositions and deconstructions emerged from the machine, their meanings inferred by viewers unaware of the arbitrary nature of selection and presentation.
Live development continued throughout the evening, adding more traditional functions like loops and BPM matching to allow for faster cuts. The broadening range of options available to the program and increasing BPM as the night continued resulted a gradual loss of narrative cues and consistency in favor of rapid-fire repetetive motions and moments from the entire library.
Startup: Plattar 2015-2018
Plattar is the world’s simplest augmented reality app builder, used by brands like Red Bull, Newscorp, Fox Sports, HP, PWC, Unilever and
Forces @ Arts House Melbourne 10th Anniversary
I was invited to provide some visuals for Forces‘ gig at the Arts House 10th Anniversary event – an evening of arts and music
International Space Station Visualiser – Science Week
Creating a simulator to visualise live ISS data from NASA, for display on large public screens during Science Week.
Startup: Metaverse Makeovers 2012-2015
Reinventing AR as wearable fashion & cosmetics for the Chinese mobile market, starting with Metaverse Nails: Stick-on cosmetic nails that can
Forces – Overland Grade
In a very short turnaround of 48hrs, I was asked to grade Forces debut music video for Overland. Flat futurism somewhere between utopia and