Vivid Festival 2012. Destination NSW invited Ian back for the second time to
produce and direct this time lapse sequence from multiple angles showing the
opening night of Vivid 2012. Using motion control 3-axis rigs, the resulting
movie was seen worldwide as part of the Video News Reel. » next

Lego 360 Stop Motion Adventure. A short Lego adventure in 360 degree stop motion,
compiled using 300 unique angles. » next

Breakfast on the Bridge. Ian was commissioned to shoot the Breakfast on the Bridge event in time lapse.
Four synchronized cameras were mounted to the iconic bridge, and footage was taken over an eleven hour
period. The resulting time lapse footage was shown on news broadcasts around the world.» next

Vivid 2011. Events NSW commissioned Ian to produce and direct this time lapse
sequence from three angles showing the opening night of Vivid 2011. The Vivid festival
ran from 27 May - 13 June featuring breathtaking immersive light projections
on the iconic Sydney Opera House sails. » next

Golf R. A mock TVC showcasing the amazing VW Golf R shot in stop motion and using
light painting as the exclusive light source. Composed of hundreds of stills images
and dozens of layers, this piece was shot over three nights in Sydney.
Special thanks to Volkswagen Group Australia. » next

Sydney Ferries. Sydney Ferries commissioned Ian to provide this time lapse sequence
showing the “Charlotte” entering the dry dock in Sydney’s Balmain shipyards. » next

Wind Farm Stop Motion 2010. A short development piece combining stop motion,
time lapse, HD video and compositing effects to describe the story of the Capital Wind Farm,
which provides electricity for thousands of homes. » next

Light Painting Stop Motion 2010. This stop-motion photographic film combines
traditional stop-motion animation with a light-painting technique which is
all done in real time, in camera. » next

One Small Step. 2010. Constantly developing new techniques for stop-motion
photographic animation, Ian here shows that voice can be synchronized with
the stop-motion technique. This applies to both spoken word and lyrics for
music videos. » next

Hyatt Coolum 30sec TVC. 2009. Hyatt Coolum and advertising agency OMB commissioned
Ian to produce a 15 second and a 30 second TVC for their new housing
development on the Sunshine Coast. » next

Hyatt Coolum 15sec TVC. 2009. In these ads, the distinctive non-stop
forward motion and scene wipes developed by Ian were used to full effect.
Ian worked as Director of Photography and editor on both of these TVCs,
which went to air late 2009. » next

Beach Stop Motion. 2009. This short stop-motion film showcases the diversity
of stop motion photographic technique, which adds mood and pathos to an
otherwise ordinary video production. » next

Stop Motion Movement. 2009. This film showcases the diversity of how the photographic
stop-motion technique can break down physical barriers which then allows
the camera to continue on a non-stop forward trajectory. The camera moves effortlessly
and without continuity breaks through glass, solid objects and into water. » next

World Youth Day 2008. Ian was commissioned by the World Youth Day
Coordinating Authority to capture World Youth Day time lapse footage for
construction and activities at the Randwick site. The camera was in place
for 10 weeks, capturing a total of approximately 12,000 frames. » next

World Youth Day 2008. Ian was commissioned by the World Youth Day
Coordinating Authority to capture World Youth Day time lapse footage for
activities at the Barangaroo site. The camera was in place for 4 weeks,
capturing a total of approximately 8,000 frames. » next

Sydney Reel. 2010. This film shows various aspects of Sydney, shot in both
time lapse and stop-motion. Ian uses camera movement whether it be in
forward motion or scanning panning and tilting to add dimension to otherwise
static angles. » next

Jigsaw. 2009. Construction of buildings is not the only use for time lapse
photography. In this piece, Ian photographed the construction of a 1,500
piece jigsaw puzzle from start to finish. » next
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