1. For the first time, seven newborn kittens are allowed out of the box where they have spent their entire life thus far. This video is a compilation of some 3000+ photos I took to document the milestone event. I hoped to capture and share their fragility, curiosity, restless energy, and willingness to explore.

    Music by Jets Overhead, "Time Will Remember (Instrumental)"

    If you are interested in watching a timelapse video of the kittens being born, follow this link:
    vimeo.com/9116078

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  2. I drift, half awake, half asleep. Moving through the city I recall but have never been to.

    "Architecture is the simplest means of articulating time and space, of modulating reality, of engendering dreams" Ivan Chtcheglov

    This film was made using a digital stills camera to create a stop motion animation.

    This video is an evolution of an earlier work/technique called Still Moving
    vimeo.com/3619284

    I think the shot of the Barbican tower is my favourite (its the shot shown in the thumbnail)

    This was shot hand held no motion control rigs etc.

    # vimeo.com/7231932 Uploaded 464K Plays 165 Comments
  3. For this video, I pulled out every time lapse, stop motion and live action camera trick that I could think of. The goal was to create a fresh, new direction to take my work to.

    More information can be found at http://rossching.com/little-bribes

    I'm also on twitter at http://twitter.com/rossching

    # vimeo.com/4729762 Uploaded 513K Plays 313 Comments
  4. An exhilarating rollercoaster ride through the animated pictures of Sarah's world, as she gets revenge on the man who broke her heart!

    Written, Directed & Edited by Robin King
    Starring Denise Hoey, David Crow, Ruth Larkin

    This pixilation (stop-motion animation using real people) was made for Screen South as part of the UK Film Council's Digital Shorts scheme. As much as possible, it was made 'in camera' without digital superimposure, using thousands of printed materials.

    In answer to some of the questions below and others I've been frequently asked:

    The whole film took about a year: roughly three months each for development, prep, shoot and post - although due to the nature of the film, part of the post bled into the shoot.

    The programs I used were Photoshop, Premiere 6.5 and some bespoke programs I coded myself (a 3D animatic planning program and another to smooth out some of the tracking shots). To be honest my machine and the software weren't up to what I needed from them, and I would have a much better time of it now, with my macbookpro, FCP and a tablet...

    I used a Canon Eos 350D Digital SLR to shoot, and took roughly 26,000 photos overall.

    # vimeo.com/2554266 Uploaded 384K Plays 339 Comments

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