We will be video mapping the iconic KZ1 boat at the Viaduct on Auckland’s waterfront for the inaugural Bright Nights Light Festival from 11 – 13 May.
Some amazing artists are contributing work to this festival, do check it out if you’re in the area.
We are completing construction of Bloom – our installation for Lux Light Festival in Wellington.
We will be installing our electric jellyfish on the waterfront near Te Papa so if you’re in Wellington 18 – 27 May come down and check out all the amazing light-art from around the world.
Excited to be working on a new light installation for the LUX light festival in Wellington this year.
18 – 27 May 2018.
Excited to be doing a team trip down to Luma Southern Light festival 2017 and also to be working on some new pieces with the Mapping Mondays crew and designer Nikki Wilson.
Stoked to hear that the Safety Net commercial we worked on for The Salvation Army has won Gold at the Davey Awards.
Congratulations to the team at Black, Hugh Mitton of Film Construction and the rest of the team involved.
We’re testing out ideas for new installation work with the talents of Daniel Tippett..watch this space.
A still from visuals we recently designed for Microsoft’s Ignite event afterparty.
Our work for Auckland Museum’s upcoming exhibition on New Zealand Music is about to go live on the 28th of October.
Lots of amazing interactive exhibits to see and looking forward to unveiling our first foray into App creation.
Working on some new mapping installation ideas – watch this space
We’re excited to be working with some very talented App developers from Melodics and Serato on our contribution to the Volume exhibition opening at Auckland Museum in October. Stay tuned..
Their new mega trampoline park is opening in Avondale next month. We are currently creating very large format visual content to enhance the bounce experience..
Excited to be heading to Queenstown with the Mapping Mondays crew to light up their waterfront for a weekend.
Getting pretty excited about VJing for the Dub Pistols at Splore 2016 – time to shake off some dust
Long form, music vids, commercials, installations..our 2016 has started off with an explosion of work. Looking forward to sharing some soon.
We’re in a flurry of commercial work from various sources but many seem to be tied to Cars and the looming RWC..obviously we’re betting on black.
Excited to be working with the talented Joren Van Suylekom on a music video for Samuel Flynn Scott. Ready in 8 weeks..
Its been a hectic month with commercials for Contagion, Exposure, Draft FCB, Exit and Film Construction coming through back to back. Great to be working with old friends and new faces and getting to try out some new tricks.
Excited to be teaming up with Dan Mace @ Remote to create visuals for the 2015 Cricket World Cup opening ceremony in February. Just a casual viewing audience of 1.2 billion people..no pressure..
We are stoked to be sharing our studio space at 5 Islington street with a couple of very talented gentlemen – Dan Mace (remote.co.nz) and Pete Ritchie (www.pete-ritchie.com). Let the good times roll..
Some exciting developments coming up in the next couple of weeks..looking forward to sharing them
Working with the good people at Gladeye this week on a cool little project..
Televisioning a lot lately…just finished work on a Promo package for The Block 2014 for Mediaworks.
Now working on Titles and graphics for a new TVNZ show. Some exciting new work also in the pipeline so the second half of the year is looking interesting..
Just completed our contribution to James Kerr’s TV Tree installation at Splore Festival.
We’ve just completed work on visuals for Kim Dot Com’s NYE set at Rhythm & Vines for the gentlemen at PleasureKraft and for James Kerr’s TV Tree installation at Splore Festival.
Off for a break now..back on deck on the 13th of January..Happy Holidays Everyone!
Having recently returned our glorious Stag Head – Mitch – to his owners, we’ve been experimenting with ways to replace him.
This is a 3d model of Mitch constructed from entirely from photographs. Aside from the welcome return of Mitch to our walls, this is also handy R&D for our next projection mapping project.
I’m in China working with the team at Must Films, working on a very large scale projection mapping job for an event that will be part of a worldwide campaign. All very hush-hush at the moment but watch this space for pics and video as soon as it goes live..