Tuesday, 14 September 2010


This summer I was asked to design a cover for a seven inch record by the band Sad Lovers and Giants. Although the singer championed it, the other members were in disagreement. They created a very different but appropriate image, which I will link to here if it becomes available online.

Thursday, 5 August 2010

Configurations: "Dad's Garage" / "The San Francisco Fire"

A short video art piece featuring music by Lone Void.

The labels we assign to places, objects, events carry so much meaning but only when viewed in context and with our accumulated knowledge of what they represent. From another perspective, these things are just different configurations of matter.

For best results, mouseover the video and click the HD icon. Follow the link to watch the video on Vimeo.com and then view it full screen.

Sunday, 1 August 2010

Wednesday, 14 July 2010


A haiku I wrote last summer. There are millions of different variations on the correct structure of the haiku depending on who you ask. This one follows the five / seven / five syllables format and in keeping with the Japanese tradition has a season as its subject matter.

Thursday, 8 July 2010


This was one third of a piece of coursework I did for the Digital Creativity course in the third year of my degree. We were given a choice of several themes, and were tasked with creating three "multimedia products" based on that theme.

I chose "the environment", and created this page from a non-existent comic book. There was also a digital collage and this 3D animation.

Sunday, 4 July 2010

Ordered Images: Sketchbook Digger

I'm an animator and video editor from London. Today I decided to start scanning in bits and pieces from my sketchbook, scouring my hard drive for old projects and begin posting them online in a blog. This is the result.
I'll start with a few drawings I did this summer. My cousin Joe had a set of Sharpie markers in his flat while I was staying with him in Canada, so I made use of them and a new sketchbook I'd bought there. This continued when I got home.

Joe, Montreal


Keith Flint

Roses for H.A.S.