Neil has directed design, animation and live action for clients such as Diet Coke, Pepsi, Honda, Warner Bros, Spike TV, TNT, Foxtel, Target, Ask. com, MTV Australia , Universal Pictures, Fox, Warner Bros, Dreamworks SKG, Sony Pictures, Lionsgate, Spike TV, Bravo, Ubisoft and Vivendi.
More recently Neil’s move to Los Angeles has seen him art direct and design the opening titles to Zach Snyder’s Watchmen. He also directed and designed the Super Bowl spot for Tom Clancy's Endwar for Ubisoft. Neveldine/Taylors Gamer was the next feature project for Neil, where he art directed the key visual design for the movie, graphics UI's, HUD's and virtual environments for over 600 shots.
In 2009 Neil joined Frantic Films where he supervised and art directed the design of the motion graphics elements for James Cameron's Avatar. The project consisted of over 200 shots and was done for the film’s Bio lab and Ops Center, the bustling hub for military operations and one of the key environments in the film. Avatar went on to win several academy awards including best art direction and best visual effects.