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Dead Legends

It’s been a tough few years for many of us, what with the Tories and Brexit. It’s been even tougher to handle especially when so many legends have spun off this moral coil. It was relentless…. Lemmy, the indestructible godfather set the ball rolling, (obviously he wasn’t the first, but if you’re going to start … Continue reading

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3D Sketchbook

Here is the first of hopefully many 3D reels. It’s not really about making a showreel as I have a very long way to go before I can call myself a 3D artist, but overtime I will see progress. It is when you see progression that makes you want to progress more. All of the … Continue reading

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Toy Cars

Everything is made up of basic shapes when you break it down. The more basic shapes you add together, the more complex the picture gets. These trees and clouds for example are merely rounded cubes. They suit their environment because the scene is basic. It’s early days in the land of 3D and I’m not … Continue reading

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Project Snowflake #2

Back once again with da ill behaviour. Just messing around with the project Snowflake logo I made a while back. Came across this toon effect which I love, so really was just having a bit of fun with what I can do. C4D Lite comes with a few plug-ins, just to whet the appetite. These … Continue reading

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Glass Flowers

So I finally dipped my toes into the world of 3D. Why I didn’t start earlier, I have no idea. Oh wait, I do, the cost of C4D, and Im too much of a pussy to get a cracked version. I’ve tried Modo and Blender and Element3D, all of which are amazing programs, but I … Continue reading

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Rubato

Recently I was asked to come aboard a project with some old friends of mine. I’d done visuals for these guys in their previous carnation “Zej”, and had also worked on an experimental video for them for this project.Prelude With Attitude To explain, the project is a crossover of Classical music with Electronica, however unlike … Continue reading

Gil Scott-Heron Tribute

The Revolution will not be Televised

It was an honour and a privilege to be asked to do the visuals for the Brian Jackson Live Tribute to Gil Scott-Heron at the Bussey Building. Featuring an International band of / a musical cross-section of like-minded souls: Brian Jackson (GSH’s Co-Composer), M1 (Dead Prez), Martin Luther (The Roots), Reggie Washington (Bass) and (Acousti-lectric … Continue reading

James Taylor Quartet

Acid Jazz Baby

Massive, Massive honour to play with James Taylor Quartet at the Bussey Building at the start of the year. One of my favourite bands as a kid and still funky as fuck. The absolutely brilliant, hammond driven funkateers without equal – The James Taylor Quartet AKA JTQ. Delivering The Whole Funk and Nothing But The … Continue reading

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Good Times – Again

Back once again with Mr.GoodTimes, Norman Jay MBE. Playing party classics and and balancing and enormous hat quite effortlessly. Turns out he’s a massive Tottenham Hotspur supporter. Great man, just got greater. Playing it though to the early hours with Mickey Jazzheadchronic.

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Bone Heads

It’s been a long time since I last updated my blog, and for that I am sorry. I have (you’ll be glad to hear) been busy starting up as a freelancer and not incarcerated or looking at the world through the bottom of a bottle. Although I have been enjoying the insurgence of craft beers … Continue reading

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