I can facilitate the production of large and small scale animations and multimedia films. For larger scale projects I often work as part of an associate collective of researchers, artists, visual and acoustic specialists.

This page showcases some of the animations I have worked on or contributed to.

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In 2014 I began work with a team of computer scientists at the University of St Andrews to create an interactive gaming-environment recreating Village Bay on St Kilda, Scotland. My role was to act as archaeological advisor to the project and lead the creative development of interactive content. This animation was created as part of this interactive interpretive content.

Animation detailing the construction of an 1830s blackhouse roof (2014), St Kilda, Scotland. Completed during a post as a research assistant for the Open Virtual Worlds project. Produced in collaboration with Kieran Baxter (University of Dundee).

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Time-lapse style animation of a possibly 16th Century graveslab (2013) in the Ballyhennan graveyard recorded as part of the Hidden Heritage Project. Produced in collaboration with Kieran Baxter (University of Dundee).

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I advised on and produced a number of speculative reconstructions of lost buildings at Jarlshof in Shetland for Kieran Baxter’s short animated film.

Short computer generated film by Kieran Baxter (University of Dundee) detailing the phases of settlement at Jarlshof, Shetland (2012). The project was supported by Historic Scotland and the film is now on permanent display onsite in the museum at Jarlshof.

 

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