What does a film that was #MadeOnAMobile look like?

So, if you make a film on a mobile phone or a tablet, what does it look like? Is it obvious? Is it low quality? Does it look un-professional? I'm going to let you judge for yourself... Here's are a few I made in June at #CollegeExpo19 for the College Development Network. https://youtu.be/LKf5JYaLo9k   How's … Continue reading What does a film that was #MadeOnAMobile look like?

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

Exhibition. Reflection. Snacks.

Tonight (Thursday 6 February) was a reflection evening at the McManus. We were reflecting on the Sense of Place project with our young artists who range from 15 to 18 years old. We hadn’t seen most of them since the show opened so apart from anything else it was just great having them all together … Continue reading Exhibition. Reflection. Snacks.

Visual Storytelling Made Simple: Storehouse for iPad

Did you know that the very first version of Instagram (Burbn) was intended as a ‘Swiss army knife’ of an app… kitchen sink included. As development progressed went on, Kevin Systrom and his team stripped out feature after feature to arrive at the simple (but effective) photo sharing app that subsequently sold to Facebook for … Continue reading Visual Storytelling Made Simple: Storehouse for iPad

Brian Cox (The Dundee Actor) talking about his experiences as a boy with the cinema as ‘child care’!

Mock the Taskbar

A new infographic inspired by a variety of slow PCs I've had to use over the last few years. This is not scientific research! It's an easy hit and a bad pun (partly borrowed from Adam and Joe)... so, Windows users, please do not take it personally ;) #ThatIsAll

Is ‘anyone’ watching..?

Just over a year ago I wrote about a concert I'd attended in Glasgow. You'll find links to the original posts at the foot of this post but for the purpose of this blog I'll summarise the key points... On 20 July 2011 I saw Iron Maiden perform at the Scottish Exhibition and Convention Centre … Continue reading Is ‘anyone’ watching..?