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    “I’ve never read a resumé in my life. But if you insist on giving me one, don’t lead with “Photoshop” as a skill. Tell me you know how to combine typefaces and have a solid understanding of color theory. That’s a skill.”

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    May 26, 2013, 6:36pm

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    BBC Africa 9pm tonight.

    Tumblr reminder post.

    Beautiful BBC NHU lushness, like they do. We made the globes (that’s mine in trailer).



    January 02, 2013, 2:19pm

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    Here’s another thing. 

    I made that there globe in this trailer for the new BBC series Africa, coming your way soon.

    Trumpet blowing over. Normal service now resumes.



    December 28, 2012, 12:50pm

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    Wonders of Life Trailer - BBC Two (by BBC)

    At BDH we made the graphics for this new series from Prof Brian Cox.  It features a specially updated version of the Galaxy Song by Eric Idle, pretty much outlining the 4 billion year history of life in three and a half minutes.



    December 28, 2012, 12:17pm

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    Wonders of the Universe, Series Trailer - BBC Two (by BBC)

    OK, I’ve had a cup of tea and a slice of cake so I’m slightly calmer now, I’ll explain a bit more fully:

    I work at BDH making CGI for television, which can involve making all sorts of things, from visualizing thought to animating bouncing sex toys.

    Last year we were lucky enough to work on a miraculous programme called “Wonders of the Universe”, hosted by Professor Brian Cox, and produced by the BBC.

    For someone who grew up on Carl Sagan, Star Trek and Doctor Who it was a very special experience for me personally. 

    I was largely responsible for star surfaces, coronal loops and solar flares.

    So now the work we did has been nominated for a Visual Effects award at the Television Craft BAFTAs, alongside Great Expectations, Inside the Human Body, and… DOCTOR fucking WHO.

    So today couldn’t really get more awesome.

    (There is 15 minute edit of just the work we did here, and a lovely playlist of clips from the actual series here, in case you are unfamiliar with it’s  magic.)

    Did I mention I just had cake?



    April 16, 2012, 2:50pm

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    A Cosmolgical Fantasia (by BDH - Burrell Durrant Hifle) These are the graphics the awesome team at BDH and myself produced for the BBC series “Wonders of the Universe”. This is an edit of just our visuals with music by Timo Baker. It is now officially back online, so indulge. Best viewed full screen with biscuits.



    September 01, 2011, 4:16pm

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    A Cosmological Fantasia.

    This is an edit of the graphics we produced at BDH for the BBC’s Wonders of the Universe programme.

    Soundtrack provided by Timo Baker.

    (Source: vimeo.com)



    April 05, 2011, 9:58am

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    Wonders of the Universe, Series Trailer - BBC Two (via BBC)

    Here it is on Youtube as promised!

    From previous post:

    "Proud to say I am a small part of the awesomeness that is the BDH graphics team on forthcoming Prof. Brian Cox doe-eyed-lens-flare-fest, “Wonders of the Universe”.

    I made particular contributions to star surfaces and coronal loops.

    This post comes with a caution, as face melting may occur.”

    Here’s hoping it works in non-UK land. x



    February 28, 2011, 1:16pm

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    Proud to say I am a small part of the awesomeness that is the BDH graphics team on forthcoming Prof. Brian Cox doe-eyed-lens-flare-fest, “Wonders of the Universe”.

    I made particular contributions to star surfaces and coronal loops.

    This post comes with a caution, as face melting may occur.

    Edit: (Apparently this isn’t playing if you are not in the UK, so if it gets on the youtubes I’ll let you know.)



    February 25, 2011, 2:47pm

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    LIFE

    Made the big droplet and the Globe.

    I’m the globe guy.

    We’re the globe guys.



    January 05, 2010, 12:27pm

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    November 24, 2009, 10:02am

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    Some work we did on the BBC’s “Yellowstone” Series, using satellite data to make nice pictures.

    …full awesomeness is acheived when viewed in HD however.



    July 24, 2009, 8:13pm

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