Look out for the documentary "4000 Year Old Cold Case: The Body in the Bog" which will be aired Thursday 28th at 9 pm on BBC4. I shot the timelapse sequences for the film back in August, mainly in an around Ballycroy National Park and Bellacorrick, acquiring a mighty 200GB of images in the process. It's card-hungry work this timelapse business. It will also be screened on PBS early in 2014. The producers were 360 Production.
I'll try and post up a reel of clips from it once it has gone to air.
If you haven't already seen it I strongly recommend watching the jaw-dropping short film 'Box' from the US company Bot & Dolly. At first viewing you automatically assume CGI (computer generated effects added in post production), but if you carefully read the explanatory text you'll realise that this is actually a very, very sophisticated projection trick known as projection mapping. Two sopisticated robots carry two reflective panels onto which are projected a series of geometric designs. The movement and projection is coordinated in a complex series of moves designed to create a series of convincing illusions.
So, what can ...
RTE, the Irish state broadcaster, has recently produced a television series called 'Secrets of the Irsh Landscape'. Presented by popular wildlife personality Derek Mooney, it consists of three hour-long, documentary-style programmes that investigate the natural history of Ireland's flora, fauna and landscape.
The series was groundbreaking for RTE because the producers invited submissions from independant video makers for the first time. In the end they selected work from a small handful of external photographers - one of whom, I'm delighted to say, was me. The programmes include around twenty of my HD video clips, many of which also feature ...
Short film about Irish sea-kayaking guide Ali Donald shot for Tourism Ireland over the summer of 2011.