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Tyme’s music video for ‘Mutants (Featuring Gabriella Moxey)’ explores a post-GMO future in which humanity loses the fight for supremacy to an army of giant, nefarious fruits and vegetables.
Directed by Conlan Normington and Sidekick Films
Our brief was to create a set of explainer videos for Hostplus that would break down key superannutaion topics in a quick, concise and engaging way. The videos would then act as a 'Super 101' guide for anybody who wants to learn more about the different elements of super.
Hostplus is an industry super fund focused on serving the industries of tourism, hospitality, recreation and sport. This gave us an abundance of interesting occupations and activities to draw inspiration from. We decided to pair each of the superannuation topics with an activity from one of these industries.
What better way to describe consolidating lost super than by comparing it to finding all your lost socks? Or likening choosing an investment plan to choosing the right pizza?
With the launch of their new brand and identity, Interbrand worked with the Australian Design Centre to help show the changes they are making and the direction they want to go.
Completed with the amazing team at Interbrand
Creative Director: Ben Miles
Designers: Dan Ingham, Josh Roseberg
Animator: Conlan Normington
Medibank approached Interbrand to create a 30 second TVC explaining a new product that ahm had released. The TVC aimed to simplify the product so that it was instantly understood. It was challenging bringing this personality to a toilet door man using only his movement and mustache.
My role was story, design and animation.
This video was created to show the new brand for Australian technology company, Sensis, which is based on a mouse: a metaphor for the resourceful, determined and industrious businesses Sensis works with.
This was completed while working at Interbrand. Mike Tosetto worked on the character animation.
For more info on the Sensis rebrand, check here...
Interbrand Australia was recently asked to rebrand the Australian Theatre for Young People, a theatre company that has been bridging the divide between young people and professional theatre practice since 1963. The identity solution was built around the idea of “Stages of Development” – which speaks to educating and encouraging young people by visually representing the process in creating theatre.
The 2014 trailer conveys the development of each production by integrating elements of the scripts, workshops, concepts and rehearsals in a chaotic but structured tour through the season. The film cuts between this development and the polished worlds in which the ATYP performances exist, showing the contrast between the areas in which ATYP operates.
The brief was to create a 10-15 second ident that captures what the Comedy Channel is about. This work didn't end up getting used. Directed by Conlan Normington and Bradley Andrew Conlan Normington: Dynamics, Lighting, Modelling, Compositing Bradley Andrew: Animation, Modelling, Sound Keen for any feedback.
Created by Concept and Design: Alex Kara, Harry Ly, Conlan Normington
Motion Graphics: Conlan Normington
Voiceover: Bethany Young
DOP: James Birrell and Bethany Young
The aim of this project was to find a design solution that can raise awareness about the incredible amount of personal information that social networking users voluntarily make available for corporations, data mining companies or governments to use for whatever purpose they see fit. The design solution involved creating a campaign that would inspire a privacy revolution under the name 'Forcequit'.
Forcequit has three steps in the process. CTRL ALT DEL. The three steps are
1. Control the amount of information they take
2. Alter behaviour to disrupt the system
3. Delete old policies so that entities are forced to be more transparent about how they use and transfer our personal information.
The campaign will use guerilla marketing through bill posters, zines, installations and web videos to direct users to the website where they can sign a petition to change the privacy principles in Australia.
My role in the development of the ‘Parents, Tweens and Sex’ iPad App was to create a suite of motion graphics introductions to begin each chapter, so the viewer can decide whether they wish to view the rest of the content
‘Parents, Tweens and Sex’ is an engaging, safe and enjoyable resource for parents to use with their tweens (10 – 13 year olds). This unique App supports parents to educate their tweens with the ‘sex IQ’ needed to be mindful, comfortable and respectful about sexual relationships.
Here is the website for more information.
This film goes deep into the mind of an athlete who has just had a hit from a joint as his aspirations burn up into flames. This was done for the NCPIC short film competition and was directed and animated by me.