We're Going on a Bear Hunt
I worked on the hand-drawn, animated adaptation of We're Going on a Bear Hunt as a Background Artist and Style Guide Designer.
Directed by Joanna Harrison & Robin Shaw, We're Going on a Bear Hunt was adapted from the best-selling classic children's book by Michael Rosen & Helen Oxenbury. It was brought to screen by Lupus Films and shown on Channel 4 over Christmas 2016, attracting an audience of over 8 million viewers.
Ethel & Ernest
I worked on the hand-drawn animated feature film Ethel & Ernest as Assistant Art Director.
Ethel & Ernest is a film adaptation of the award-winning graphic novel by Raymond Briggs. Brought to life by Lupus Films and Directed by Roger Mainwood, Ethel & Ernest tells the true story of Raymond's parents - two ordinary Londoners living through a period of extraordinary events and social change.
Working alongside Art Director Robin Shaw, I performed a variety of tasks including: background painting and design, colour scripting, colour character designs, location design drawings, prop designs and additional artwork.
Ethel & Ernest premiered at the London Film Festival and was broadcast on BBC1, attracting an audience of over 4.7 million viewers over Christmas 2016.
We're Going on a Bear Hunt Activity Books
I provided Illustrations of various wildlife for a series of books published by Walker Books, to accompany the animation We're Going on a Bear Hunt:
'My Explorer's Journal', 'My Adventure Field Guide', 'Let's Discover Bugs', 'Let's Discover Birds', 'Let's Discover Flowers & Trees’ and 'Let's Discover Baby Animals’.
Full of facts and activities. these books encourage young nature enthusiasts to explore the outdoors and the environment around them.
The Snowman & The Snowdog
I worked as a Background Artist and Renderer on The Snowman and The Snowdog, the sequel to the 1982 animated classic The Snowman, from the book by Raymond Briggs. Here are a few examples of some Backgrounds and Rendering I did for the film.
The Snowman and The Snowdog premiered on Christmas Eve 2012 on Channel 4 and attracted over 11 million viewers over the Christmas period.
It took a team of 77 artists and animators over a year to create the 24 minute hand drawn animation, consisting of approximately 200,000 drawings and using over 3000 pencils.