I specialise in bringing illustration and live action worlds together for commercials & music videos.

Clients include Audi, Chrysler, Barclays, Burberry, Tescos, BBC, Vodafone, SONY music, Flora and AEG.

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Director: Chris Curtis

Art Director: Tim Marrs

Producer: Katie Mackin, Belle Palmer

Production Company: Passion Pictures

Voice over: Theo James

Agency: BBH

Producer: Matt Towell, Lucy Russell, Gerogina Kent

Creative Director: Nick Allsop

Creatives: Hugo Bone, Tony Clements

Account Director: Sylvia Pelzer

Post-Production / VFX Company: The Mill

Executive Producer: Stephen Venning

VFX Producer: Carl Phillips

3D Lead Artists: Aidan Gibbons

2D Artists: Juan Brockhaus, Greg Spencer

3D Artists: Adrian Russell, Daniel Kmet, Gareth Bell, Juan Brockhaus, Jules Janaud, Toby Winder, Ian Baxter, Charlotte Akehurst, Alberto Lara

Motion Graphics: Ivo Sousa, Anthony Fieldsend

Colourist: Mick Vincent

This is a tiny taster of our Cinema-set sitcom “Fleapit” featuring Spymonkey Comedy and directed by Chris Curtis.
The Scala is a failing art-house cinema, managed by pretentious film buff Kenneth Forbes. The cinema has recently been bought out by the cinema chain, Cinegiant, who have sent Deborah Reynolds, their Interim Transitional Co-ordinator, to implement changes. 

The Winter Olympics - Fags and Girls

My latest video for The Winter Olympics with some uncomfortable truths at the end. 

'Fags and Girls' was made with awesome help from

Producer - Belle Buckley

DoP - Ray Lewis
Studio and Gaffer - Julius Beltrame

1st AD - Kim Strobl

Editor - Nick Hristou

Make up – Serena Catapano

Production assistants - Perrie Murphy and John Palmer
Kidnapper- Serena Catapano
Director - Chris Curtis
Production Company – Passion

Mopar - 75th

Celebrating 75 years of high-performance sweet cars from Chrysler in my latest 30 second commercial for their Anniversary.

More cool cars with the ace Art Directing of Tim Marrs, who rocked his shizzle on my Audi’s ‘A day in the Life of an Audi Driver’ last year. Using vintage and new footage from Mopar, the mighty Nick Hristou created a fast paced live action edit taking us through the years. Each scene was then transformed by Tim before passing it onto animation and compositing to bring all the textures and depth in the scenes to life.

Director: Chris Curtis
Art Director: Tim Marrs
Producer: Adriana Piasek-Wanski/Belle Buckley
Executive Producer: Michael Adamo
Agency: Union AdWorks
Producer: Kathi M. Strace
Creative Team: Anne Gahagan and Michele Hudak
Editor: Nick Hirstrou
Production Company: Passion Pictures

CG Co-ordinator: Mark Harper/Wassila Lmouaci
Animators/Creative Compositors:

Dickon Knowles 
Stephane Coedel 
Johnny Still
Ray Lewis

Andy Hauge
Rotoscopy: Ray Lewis

Agency: Union AdWorks
Creatives: Anne Gahagan and Michele Hudak
Agency producer: Kathi Strace

The Winter Olympics - I Prefer the Early Stuff

smells like teen spirit mixed with carry on doctor, yes please, with added ping pong.

Gig shot at the Windmill in Brixton, and where better to film the dancers then at a boys catholic school in Harlesden
Director - chris curtis
Producer - belle buckley
DoP - ray lewis
AD - Kim Strobl
Editor - Nick hristou
make up - Lizzie Keogh
production assistants - Perrie Murphy and John Palmer

dancers - Serena Catapano, Veronica Ellis, Sarah Pearce-Mariner, Christina Kerridge and Dorian Ungureanu.

I Prefer The Early Stuff by The Winter Olympics is available to buy now at iTunes and other great online stores. The song is taken from the album ‘Profit and Loss’ which is released in October 2012 on Freakscene Records.

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