A recode of the V&A Decode ident.
It really is a complete recode - we completely remade it in C++ and using shaders. We needed the extra power, trust me.
In this new ident, the decode logo is formed from 250,000 cubes which separate, swarm and flock like tiny futuristic cuboid fish.
It runs in realtime on a (high end) consumer PC, and it's even a bit interactive.
Graduation film from the Royal College of Art, 2007.
An investigative and exploratory hands-on gloves-off study into the practice of putting things 'off''. Sometimes the only way to get something done is to do two dozen other things first.
NYC Shorts - Winner, Best Animation
Palm Springs International ShortFest - Winner, Best student animated short
SF Shorts- Director's Special Recognition in Animation
Giraf Animation Festival - Winner, Audience Award
Befilm Underground Film Festival - Winner, Best Short - Animation
Langsett Independent Film Festival - Winner, Audience Award
World of Comedy Film Festival - Honorable mention, Best Animated Short
Multivision International Festival - Winner, Best Experimental Film
Janela Internacional de Cinema do Recife - Winner, Best Film
Animadrid - Winner, Best Short Film From Animation School
Narkolepsy International Short Film Festival - Winner, Grand Prix du Public
Darklight - Special mention, Best Short - Animation
Royal Television Society Student Awards - Winner, Postgraduate Animation
Jerwood Moving Image Award - Winner
Festival du Court Métrage à Clermont-Ferrand - Special mention, Prix de Médiathèques
European Film Academy Short Film - Nominated, Prix UIP
Premier Plans Festival - Winner, Prix UIP, Anger, France 2008
London Short Film Festival - 2nd Prize, VX Auteur Theory 3
Up And Coming Festival - Honorable Mention, International Competition
Exground Film Festival - Winner, Best Film, International Competition
Shark Awards - Best New Irish Director
Royal College of Art - Winner, Conran Foundation Award
Story, Animation, Direction: Johnny Kelly
Voice Over: Bryan Quinn
Sound Supervision: Mike Wyeld
Foley Artist: Sue Harding
Foley Engineer: John Mark
Foley recorded at Fonic Studios, London