This animation is one of the artistic outcomes of a community art project which ran through 2016-17 in Armidale in NSW. "Private Posts" was funded by the Australia Council and invited the whole community to create a postcard beginning with the prompt “I wish I had told you …”
The postcard text and images was used to create an exciting animated community story. The original postcards are a beautiful collage of many individual reflections. There are glimpses of deeply personal stories, insights into long-held regrets or lost love, some dreams and fantasy and a few humorous quips. Then there are stories from the everyday that resonate because of their familiarity.
Part One: A three minute black and white animation, commissioned by the UNE School of Business to illustrate marketing concepts. The story was by Dr Sujana Adapa, Senior Lecturer in Management (Strategy & Marketing) in the UNE Business School at the University of New England.
Part Two: A three minute black and white animation, commissioned by the UNE School of Business to illustrate marketing concepts. The story was by Dr Sujana Adapa, Senior Lecturer in Management (Strategy & Marketing) in the UNE Business School at the University of New England.
Commissioned by Learning Innovation Hub at University of New England as a fun intro for UNE 101 online in 2015.
A short animated bumper commissioned by the Learning Innovation Hub located at the University of New England in 2014.
Commissioned by Beyond Empathy for a back projection at the Festival of the Brave, Armidale 2014. It was produced by roto scoping original footage.
Albert is a cockroach who, despite spending much of his time avoiding humans wielding cans of insect spray, eventually finds true love through his music. Tonight he is playing his sax at an all night roach party. Just in the nick of time Albert escapes the fumigator deadly spray by disappearing down a plug hole into the nasty sewer world below. With a new enthusiasm for life, Albert's Sax playing improves and so does his love life. In the midst of the roaches feasting on a pile of dirty dishes the deadly peril strikes again. This time outwitted by Albert's quick thinking new found love, who reduces the human to an unconscious pile. The roaches
live to party another day.