About

Duncan is an award winning motion director and designer from Sydney, Australia. He is currently splitting his time between NYC and Sydney and is available for international and local projects. He creates content for Film,TV and online and also specializes in creating infographic and 'explainer'​ motion graphics for organizations and businesses.
31 12, 2014

December 31st, 2014|

F5 ETHOS from F5 on Vimeo.

HAPPY F5
APRIL 15-16, 2011
ROSELAND BALLROOM // NYC

f5fest.com

Creative Direction & Design:
Vincent Diga
strangefauna.com/

Producer:
Ventura Castro

Lead Animator:
Corey Hall
cdawsonhall.com

Animation:
Steffen Kuronen
vimeo.com/steffenkuronen

Chris Dinicolas
chrisdinicolas.tumblr.com

Additional Animation:
Brandon Lori
blog-brandonlori.com/

Kate Presbury

Samantha Choquette
samantharchoquette.wordpress.com/

Carlos Moore

Music & Mix:
Mark Bordenet

Audio Recorded at:
Skinnyman
skinnyman.com/

8 12, 2014

December 8th, 2014|

WXD Wired By Design from Patrick Clair on Vimeo.

Design Development
Raoul Marks
Eddy Herringson

Animation and Picture Editing
Raoul Marks

Antibody Creative Director
Patrick Clair

Music Composition
Eric Steuer

Wired Video Editor
Sowjanya Kudva

Wired Creative Director
Billy Sorrentino

Wired Editor-in-Chief
Scott Dadich

7 12, 2014

December 7th, 2014|

Trapcode Form & MIR Experiments from Tabitha Moore on Vimeo.

A few glimpses at some of the concept work I created whilst working at Xbox.

Music: Daft Punk – Solar Sailer

tabithamoore.com

3 12, 2014

December 3rd, 2014|

BELLS MUSIC VIDEO from Stuart Sinclair Animation on Vimeo.

Music : Suns facebook.com/sunsofficial and twitter.com/wearesuns
Another Sci Fi music video I animated : vimeo.com/80788696

In the Summer of 2013 Suns approached me with the idea of developing a music video for their track ‘Bells’ and upon listening to the track -which I loved- I immediately had thoughts of an astronaut travelling alone through space. With this initial image in mind I began experimenting with various visual effects using After Effects.

I used two AE plugins: Plexus 2.0 and Trapcode Form, I started to develop my ideas which involved generating the thin line aesthetic and dots that I was after. The majority of the 3D models used in the video are based on real objects from Space; the Hubble Space Telescope, Progress and Voyager 1. The planets and moons in the video are generated using NASA imagery, and helped to create a formal aspect to an otherwise abstract piece. Once I’d settled on the visual look for the piece, I began to think about how the structure will be developed in relation to the journey of the astronaut and the emotion of the track.