- Interactive Designer & Developer
Random42 Scientific Communication | Feb 2016 > Now
Researching & developing interactive systems and applications using new technologies with a particular focus on Virtual and Augmented Reality, including Microsoft Hololens, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift & GearVR.
- Pipeline Developer
Squint/Opera | Apr 2015 > Feb 2016
Developing and maintaining the production pipeline, liaising between different departments, providing solutions to technical problems and increasing the overall efficiency of the studio. Occasional creative work using procedural animation techniques in Houdini and Unity.
- 3D Artist
Random42 Scientific Communication | Sep 2013 > Apr 2015
Generalist 3D Work with 3DS Max and Fusion. Development of in-house tools, Research and Development with Maxscript, Python & Batch. Creative interactive production with Processing & Touch Designer.
- BA (Hons) Computer Visualization & Animation
Bournemouth University | 2010 > 2013
Graduated with Distinction, Award 1st. Notable activities: President of Drawing Society, School Representative, Student Ambassador, Student Representative, “Make a Difference” & Welcome Crew Volunteer
Autodesk CG Student Awards 2014 Winner
Commended as Student of the Year in the VFX / Animation Category.
Best Simulations Awards BFX 2013
Competitor at BFX 2013 and winner of “Best Simulations” award for Houdini VFX work.
Skillset Animation and VFX Showcase 2013 Selection
Selected as representant of BU for the Skillset annual event as one of the UK’s most talented graduates.
BU Student Development Award
Award for personal excellence in partecipation and involvement in extra-curricular activities.
Examples of Holographic (fully developed by myself) and Virtual Reality content I got involved with throughout my employement at Random42.
De Planeta is a short and stylised procedural animation that revolves around birth, life and death of a little planet. Read more about it here.
My graduate showreel after finishing the BA Computer Visualization and Animation course at Bournemouth University. Mostly consist in creative procedural animation with Houdini, backed up by technical work in C++ and Python.