Frog Jam (Natural Rhythms Trilogy Part I)
Frog Jam is Stuart Warren-Hill's first experiment in video sampling and became the first part of the Natural Rhythms Trilogy, the second piece being Natural Rhythm, and the third being the critically acclaimed A/V single Timber, which won the MCM Atlas [French national TV] Award for Best Video Editing (1998). Although Stuart was the main architect of this Trilogy, it was created with the support of Coldcut and Greenpeace.
Natural Rhythms (Natural Rhythms Trilogy Part II)
Timber (Natural Rhythms Trilogy Part III)