Perception is my first fully-formed short film, shot over four days on my 600D.
I attended BERG's second hack day, and took a timelapse of it along the way.
I manned the primary camera for the filming of the TEDxSPS events that took part in my school. I also made a timelapse of the set-up.
My biggest short film so far, with a cast of six, a crew of around ten, shot over four days and edited over three months.
After seeing what I'd done with the Little Printer, Firefly asked me to make one for their task system, meaning you can get your homework (set through their system online) printed out for you after you get home from school every day.
The same as last year, except this time I headed up the video. We used two 600Ds (mine and Amos') and we edited it on my laptop over the afternoon. I lit the studio with some ARRIs and we used the school's FS100 to shoot the soundbites.
I also filmed the talks for This Happened #13, with help from Amos Jackson, this time using three cameras - two 600Ds and on XH A1.
After making a Little Printer Publication for Markpond, I couldn't stop myself making another. The biggest thing that seemed to be missing from the lineup was an "On This Day"-style publication, and the next thing I knew it had over 300 subscribers.
I wanted a place to collect links from around the internet into. I had two Raspberry Pis kicking about, and two weeks later I had something that worked. Four weeks after that, it could do offline archveing, had an API, and had a Little Printer publication.
I did a week of internship at Firefly Solutions, testing out their iPad app and writing documentation for their API.
I built a small home web, FTP and media server in a few hours using an old broken HP Media Centre desktop from 2004.
Although I wasn't in the class that was leaving, I helped to make this commemorative video. I also made a full-length behind-the-scenes video of it.
I was the director of photography. It's very cheesy, I know. But at least the footage was decent. Their site.
This was the big one really - I spent over a month shooting and editing it. Shot in and around the centre of London and edited in Premiere Pro.
Although I actually shot most of this after the Transport for London timelapse, it was released first. I made it on a family weekend to Wiltshire, as an antidote the previous one.
I got interested in the Internet of Things and start my own IoT online data storage service.
I was one of the two live cameramen on this studio show. That's my feed on the screen in the background of the photo, which was taken by Edward Conder. Click it to watch the timelapse I also took.
Shot during my family's weekend in Bath. Includes my first attempt at HDR timelapse and slow motion.
The first of my timelapses, taken over the course of around 5 hours on London's South Bank.
Every year at our school there is a day devoted to drama, where eight productions compete to win a competition. I helped a make this video, which is shot during the morning and lunch, edited in the afternoon and shown just after the end of school. It's always a lot of fun, and a good exercise as a filmmaker to get something started and finished quickly.
27 hours in 6 days in 1 theatre. Fun fact: on the opening night I had to stand behind a set piece and hold it up for the dying scene because it hadn't been hooked in properly. The audience could hear me breathe. This image was created by Henry Dyer and not condoned by the director.
This time a school play called Smike, and only using 4 cameras, but over 100 DVDs, burned on some iMacs and MacBook Pros.
One of our school's studio shows, shot on an XH A1 and a DSLR(!).
A short film I made on a summer film camp with Dream Catcher Media. From idea to finished product in a week, shot in a day, and edited in four hours.
A short test film I made to see how many visual effects I could fit into two minutes. Shot in a day, edited over two weeks.
For my last prep school show, I designed and operated moving lights for a dance piece that was being put on. I used three old Martin Mac 250s - two above the audience and one on the stage. I also used my LED Parcans, as well as some DMX Colour Scrollers.
As part of my school's annual short play writing competition, again. We used a small waterproof LED to create a glow in the bowl, and a tiny machine that turned the water in the bowl into fog.
Produced more than 50 DVDs of the school play, using 5 cameras. Two manned cameras, one on each side of the proscenium arch, and one at the end of the thrust.
Using two fog machines, a hazer and a huge dry ice cooler. Look at all that low lying smoke!
As part of my school's annual short play writing competition.
See the shadow on the stairs there? Yep, that's me.
My first technical theatre roll, run with an ETC Express.