1. This simple origami tutorial is perfect for kids and kidults alike. While this is not strictly origami (scissors are used at one point) It is certainly a fun fold exercise so who really cares if it doesn't follow official rules?

    - Square paper (origami paper yields best results) of any colour (though I might suggest a shrimp colour)
    - Scissors

    You are more than welcome to DOWNLOAD THIS VIDEO to use for your own purpose or to share with others for the purpose of instruction. Just give credit where its due, ok? That's only fair and cool.

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  2. This is a short clip inspired by Hans Zimmer's music from "The Thin Red Line". My tribute to great composer and beauty of nature.

    Antarctica was the last, 7th continent I visited and dove. Kind of a last stop on a journey called "Earth". But in fact the journey never ends...

    All shots were made with Sony EX1 camera.

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  3. 7 minutes of underwater Galapagos shot September 2008 with Sony EX1 and custom made housing. It's just a short video inspired by Hans Zimmer's music.

    Watch the 2010 clip with even more action:

    # vimeo.com/1935228 Uploaded 293K Plays 255 Comments

    Directed by Simon Kennedy

    Starring Kristian Jenkins and Jenny Evans


    Live action Director of Photography, green screening Trevor Speed:


    Make-up Irene Ferraro

    Editing. production, post-production, effects, animation by Simon Kennedy.

    Assistance from Marianna Germanos and Stefan Schultz-Rittich.

    # vimeo.com/5382922 Uploaded 22.4K Plays 22 Comments
  5. Top London electro band The Problem Being with their single "Electro Is Dead".

    Directed by Simon Kennedy.

    All editing, post-production and animation by Simon Kennedy.

    Original music by The Problem Being myspace.com/problembeing

    Starring The Problem Being and Peter Tompkins as The Construction worker.

    Make-up by Elizabeth Hsieh assisted by Irene Ferraro.

    Costumes by Prangsta.

    "This is my first music video, combining motion graphics with full animation and live footage. The video has a gothic, cartoon-like feel, which is reflected in the music. The video shows a construction worker, stopping by some mime artists on his way through the city. He tosses them a coin, and is surprised by an electrifying performance. The video is a performance video with a difference."

    The Problem Being would like to thank all those involved in the making of this video & the people who have stood by us and haven't given up on us in our painful quest to get this out there.

    The band would like to thank some people who have helped in the video as well as generally inspired us or been there for us in someway:

    Simon Kennedy (your belief and dedication has been carved in stone) & our make-up creatives, the UCL, Anna Sundlof, Stamatis Zografos, Stefan Schulz-Rittich, Ernesto Loeza-Ruiz, Tarquin & Cameron Sutherland, Juliett Cronk, Uolevi, Steven Carter, Robin Morrison, Nadege & Simon Kennet, Linda Oksanen, Selina M, Catasha Kin, Sotiris Varsamis, Listen Lisse, Martin & Theo (the odd couple for tea and twats), Seibold, Kate Way, The Lust Reality family, The Dirty Disco, The Bad Robots, Abbot Street Studios, Shoreditch, East London, Soho and there various haunts, Frankie D, Charlie & his Fighting Cocks, Jennifer Galler, Nina Pitt, Dan Flanagan, Psychik Chick, Marriane Blosche ;), our parents & grandparents, aunts and uncles, syblings and semi-syblings & long suffering housemates & friends too many to name. Guy's 'thankyous' have been censored for his own good.

    Dedicated to all our loves and losses.

    R.I.P. Arther George Palmer

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