A famous whiskey brand presents the process of whiskey making through video and immersive installations. Located in the Scottish region of Speyside, this is another collaboration with Tamschick Media and Space for an elaborated media scenery.
Agency: Tamschick media and space.
Roles: CG – Fluid simulation, color grading, compositing
Models, makeup and motion graphics together on a catwalk – Berlin’s fashion week. Real footage was used as canvas for playing with moving textures, patterns and color. Amog others, the project involved motion tracking, design of animated overlays, compositing and tons of color grading. Concept by Tamschick Media + Space.
Art direction and Animation for a short intro to the educational concept MINT (german abbreviation) or STEM: Science, Technology, Natural Sciences and Mathematics. The scope of the Film is to explore a language that might be attractive to Kids from 10 to 14 Years old, while relating trivial or daily life situations with animations depicting scientifical or technical aspects that we can observe and understand using STEM.
This Project has been online for a while and is lacking some sharing on social platforms. It was a good deal of Design challenges together and I had to pretty much solve all animations and interactive elements on one go. The main goal was to achieve a comprehensible set of media clarifying the main challenges that the electrical industry faces on the way to change to alternative sources. All research and texts by Wissenswerte, programmed by Barcelona-based programmer and researcher Guillem Francès.
A Youtube channel containing all individual animations:
Using satelistica to “audify” and visualize the sky
A green-laser cannon built with electronics from the store and visuals programmed while flying to Colombia made up a single but memorable exhibition in a marginal town of the colombian Capital. The laser points to the highest object over the local sky in real time and generates sound from a database of modified satellite recordings.
a project aiming to examine the existing data sources about the distribution of violence in colombia
A small set of screenshots of a demo-program I wrote for the periscopio project. Data about violence in Colombia is a very delicate issue that is rarely approached by non-academics or researchers. Usable tools or proposals to visualize the existing data and its inconsistencies cannot be found anywhere and the project aims to respond to those lackings, even though that same difficulty in accessing meaningful datasets is also hindering the project’s development.