A Portrait of Ryan Wyatt

Posted by on Mar 16, 2015 in Sketchbook | One Comment
A Portrait of Ryan Wyatt

  This is Ryan, he’s a well renowned chap. As director of the Morrison Planetarium at California Academy of Sciences, he’s directed some of the most breathtaking fulldome films I have experienced. I’ve known him for a number of years now, usually meeting at fulldome festivals around the globe. We have shared a few beers […]

Volvox and Tracing Thoughts

Posted by on Feb 5, 2015 in Sketchbook, Thoughts | No Comments
Volvox and Tracing Thoughts

An evening spent wandering on the internet. I like wandering on the internet, it’s kind of like daydreaming in a way. But unlike daydreaming, you can trace your thought process back to where you started. People always comment on the amount of tabs I have open in my Chrome browser. I like keeping lots of […]

Oh Yellow Ocean

Posted by on Jan 18, 2015 in Sketchbook, Thoughts | No Comments
Oh Yellow Ocean

The ocean is magical. Living in the middle of England means that visits to see the ocean are rare, and it still has an air of excitement every time I see it. I miss the ocean. I really look forward to seeing it again. You know, that moment you drive over the brow of a […]

Munny Mappin

Posted by on Sep 9, 2014 in Sketchbook | No Comments
Munny Mappin

Munny Mappin, Munny Munny Mappin… Just some little tests projection mapping my Munny. It’s pretty basic but it’s just an experiment. I can just imagine mapping a whole load of these chaps, all with unique and dynamic designs. It would make a pretty cool exhibit. The Map: Swag Munny:  

18 uMoles

Posted by on Sep 1, 2014 in Kwon Ganjo, LoVR, Sketchbook, Vessel | No Comments
18 uMoles

April 16, 2025.  Blackwell Hospital for Criminal Insane DEAR MISS FRANCO, I bite my tongue ‘til now, not to tell you a thing which will make you sorry, but I cannot help but tell it.  They took me away from the hospital and brought me in the north ward, the worst of the wards, for […]

A Portrait of Stefan Berke & Jan Zehn

Posted by on Aug 20, 2013 in Fulldome, Sketchbook | 4 Comments
A Portrait of Stefan Berke & Jan Zehn

Stephan Berke & Jan Zehn are two brilliant people pushing the boundaries of fulldome. Their work has been screened across the world and picked up a number of awards on the way. What they make is hard to describe with words… As are they. I have done a few sketches of Stefan now and tried […]

Sketchbook Work

Posted by on Aug 19, 2013 in Sketchbook | No Comments
Sketchbook Work

A few sketches from my digital sketchbook. One features a study of Stefan Berke.

The Butterfly Catcher

Posted by on May 20, 2013 in Sketchbook | No Comments
The Butterfly Catcher

Pencil lines and polygons. Butterflies and thoughtful eyes. A portrait of Vladimir Nabokov. On Discovering a Butterfly I found it and I named it, being versed in taxonomic Latin; thus became godfather to an insect and its first describer — and I want no other fame. Wide open on its pin (though fast asleep), and safe […]

Thieves Portraits

Posted by on May 12, 2013 in Sketchbook | No Comments
Thieves Portraits

Something about the convicted stare. Full of thought… Regret, fear, contempt… It’s somehow all in there. The inspirational images I drew the portraits from came from a very special little piece of the internet called Candy Ping Pong

The Monodome

Posted by on Mar 13, 2013 in Fulldome, Sketchbook | No Comments
The Monodome

I’m sitting at my computer working on some fulldome cameras for an animation. The feedback process can be painfully slow. It’s hard to get into flow when you have to wait a day before seeing the results in the dome. I say to Jenny “I need a monodome”… a dome for one, setup above a […]