Commissioned Animations

Coal River Farm –

I have recently completed a short animated presentation to help promote a proposed Farm Gate development with a distinctive difference. Set in the beautiful Coal River Valley, the intention is to produce an alternative eating and farmgate experience. The scheme is headed up by Daniel Leesong, former head of the national Communications Council and Chief Executive of the Tourism Industry Council Tasmania, with the incredible architectural design coming from the ever remarkable Peter Walker at Cumulus Studio ( With the landscape masterplan put together by the team at Inspiring Place, development has been granted planning permission and Daniel is currently finalizing funding. A great animation on which to work and one in which both Daniel and Peter deserve huge credit for allowing me the freedom to bring my own take on the scheme, tell the story and bring the development to life.


Liverpool Street Upgrade Animation for Hobart City Council.

I was recently asked by Hobart City Council to produce a short animated presentation to help promote and explain their emerging plans for a regenerated Liverpool Street within the cities CBD. Part of the Cities Inner City Action Plan, this potential multi-million dollar development would represent a significant step forward in the way the city re-focuses its streets towards a more pedestrian central experience and would introduce a new shared surface with limited parking and reduction in through traffic. The intention is that it not only become Hobart’s principal retail street, but also the building blocks for a new approach to the retail experience of the City and its wider life as the State capital.

Required quickly, this presentation was produced in under 4 weeks and was a huge challenge, but so far the feed back has been incredibly positive.


Glen Innes Wind Farm – NSW

Very much hot of the press, above is my just completed animation for One Wind Australia designed to present their Glen Innes Wind Farm development. Great to work on something so spectacular and in a rural context.



Spring Bay Mill.

Also just recently completed is work on this hugely challenging proposal for the former Triabunna Pulp Mill Site. Working only from a Masterplan concept, the brief was to produce a continuous fly through of part of this huge site in a way that would act as a journey. Given only a very small window to complete the work, it was a real collaborative effort of Landscape Designers, Agriculturalists, Architects and Motion Picture specialists. This presentation provides only a small snippet of the final animation produced and is intended to act as a taste of what may well prove to be one of the biggest and certainly the most exciting large scale leisure developments to occur right here in Tasmania.




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