Timelapse and Blendeo

If you've seen any of my work you'll know that I'm a huge fan of Timelapse. For example: https://vimeo.com/157129273 It's a shot-for-shot remake of the Netflix "House of Cards" intro captured using iMotion (for iOS in the App Store) on an iPad and an iPhone 4. I made "City of Design" over 3 years ago … Continue reading Timelapse and Blendeo

#MakeSomething

This is what I tell my kids. Usually after I've turned off the wi-fi or taken away the TV or Xbox... "Dad, what can I do?" "Make something!" For seven years now I’ve actively been finding ways to get people creative with the technology that would have had me giddy with excitement when I was … Continue reading #MakeSomething

#MadeOnAMobile in Dumfries (Scottish Borders)

Thanks to Lindsey Mason Ross who invited me down to Dumfries in July to deliver a #MadeOnAMobile film making session to local businesses at Dumfries & Galloway Business Gateway. Everyone had a great time and left inspired with a variety of ideas for promoting their businesses using video. I'm now booking for Winter 2018 so … Continue reading #MadeOnAMobile in Dumfries (Scottish Borders)

#MadeOnAMobile – what’s it all about?

2018 has been a whirlwind of increased demand for workshops precisely at a time when I decided to demonstrate the power of mobile film making with an hour long documentary – captured, edited and shared from a single iPad. So I took a few hours recently to put a short film together to encapsulate what … Continue reading #MadeOnAMobile – what’s it all about?

#MadeOnAMobile @ Stirling University

I always want my workshops to be fun. I want people to learn and enjoy themselves doing it. The group from Stirling Uni were going to enjoy themselves anyway... It was business as usual, making movies on mobile devices but this group took it to another level. It was such a fun day with some really … Continue reading #MadeOnAMobile @ Stirling University

Open Close Movie is #MadeOnAMobile

Mobile film making is fine for making social media shorts – but what about a full length feature? Sean Baker, Michel Gondry, Steven Soderbergh – all of them Hollywood directors who have made films using an iPhone camera for a cinematic release. None of them, however, edited their films using the same device. "The enemy … Continue reading Open Close Movie is #MadeOnAMobile

#MadeOnAMobile @ The National Museum of Scotland

2018 hit a high point and it was only March – invited to deliver a #MadeOnAMobile workshop at the National Museum of Scotland! It's fair to say I'm a fan boy when it comes to NMS. It's even in my profile pic on Twitter! The building is stunning, the collection is amazing and entrance is … Continue reading #MadeOnAMobile @ The National Museum of Scotland

#MadeOnAMobile – what do the people say?

I've been to enough workshops to have had that experience where you walk away feeling none the wiser. Yes, there's a great reason for using that software/methodology/process, but I still don't feel confident or skilled enough to do whatever was suggested. So when I designed film making workshop of my own I was adamant that … Continue reading #MadeOnAMobile – what do the people say?

#MadeOnAMobile @ TecMan

Back in February I delivered two days of training at Technology Management, Wolverhampton in the West Midlands. It gave me an opportunity to stay with my folks for a few days and push mobile film making to the limits for a company used to delivering large scale digital solutions. Central to TecMan's service delivery is … Continue reading #MadeOnAMobile @ TecMan

New #Filmmaking Freebies!!

I just added a new Film Making page under the 'freebies' tab above. They are typical of the kinds of resources that I produce for all of my classes and workshops. Mobile Journalism (#MoJo) is at the forefront of democratised media and content production. And with video consumption going through the roof and consumer mobile devices … Continue reading New #Filmmaking Freebies!!