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A variety of animations:

For the City of Port Phillip, Victoria Australia. Voiceovers by Max McHenry and Ellie Parnell, soundtrack by Tom Kneebone.

A short animation for Russell Deal’s Metaphors Ink website. Soundtrack by Tom Kneebone.

A short animation for the Australian Unemployed Workers’ Union for their campaign to promote unemployed workers’ rights:

An animation for the soon to be launched new  BookPals website illustrating the service and benefits they offer:

A short 10 second animation to make a point.

This is a short animation for the Adelaide City Council to show the benefits of the Placemaking approach.  At present,  local businesses seeking approval to put a structure on the footpath, in this example a planter box,  may need to present the proposal to up to seven departments at their local council. With the Placemaking approach the process would be simplified and is about empowering local businesses.

No Voice-over, the animation is to be used as part of a presentation, the presenter talking through the process.

Guitar and sound effects by Tom Kneebone.

A whiteboard style animation for the Class Teaching website explaining the value of their eJournal for teachers and school leaders.

A simple whiteboard animation…

This whiteboard style animation is for Monica Redden’s Coaching Ourselves training program:

A whiteboard style animation for Aspen Medical, outlining their Corporate Social responsibility (CSR) programs. It is almost 5 minutes long – which is quite long to hold a casual viewer’s attention (the animation is aimed at new staff members).  The animation has also broken down into five ‘chapters’ for added versatility.

An animation for Richard Goater, The Hale School, WA: teachers working in teams to drive and build school capacity

 

 

A little out of date, but still kicking….Christmas mammoth

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