Corporate Presentation / Anniversary Event

Windlesham School & Nursery celebrated its 70th anniversary in 2018, and wanted to showcase its students and teachers in a magnificent event at the Royal Theatre in Brighton. The programme included musical medleys performed by students dressed in colourful shirts against the backdrop of projections depicting show logos and other art. A special logo was designed for the occasion, too. This 'medley' of images is some of the work done for this event.

Windlesham 70th graphics.mp4

< image courtesy Windlesham School & Nursery.

Corporate Logo / Product Promotions (animated)

HIT Training Ltd (United Kingdom)

In a significant 'upgrade' to their 2017 STAR product (see below), HIT released a new version (dubbed Star version 2). Here's a corporate promo video done for the announcement.

It features music from Gustav Holst's "Planets Suite".

HIT Star 2 Intro.mp4
HIT 2017 Annual Conference Opener (2001 Space Odyssey).mp4

I did a couple of animations for HIT Training's 2017 Annual Conference, a big event for the business. This one emulated the opening sequence of the film 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968, MGM). The epic music is by Richard Strauss, from his tone poem "Also sprach Zarathustra."

The HIT logo is eventually revealed as a partially buried monolith in this adaptation.

For the same event, HIT Training was launching an application to be used by its employees that was named "STAR". This was something I couldn't pass up! The video I put together for this was very well received. I can't take credit for the amazing music, instantly recognisable from Star Wars (1977, 20th Century Fox/Disney), composed by John Williams.

The scrolling text content will be lost on you most likely, but it won't detract from the overall film. Hope you enjoy!

HIT 2017 STAR Wars Titles.mp4
HIT Title (Batman).wmv

I did this animation in 2015 for HIT Training that utilised their logo into a sequence that emulated the opening title sequence of the 1989 Warner Bros movie Batman. It was a lot of fun to put together.

Music composed by Danny Elfman. ©1989 Warner Bros Records.