To enquire about rates for 3D scanning, digital modelling and to check my availability drop me a email.
Most projects I work on are under NDA until release, however I can provide referances and images when required.
On this page you will find a few selected projects I have contributed to as a freelance digital artist.
Previous clients include Google, Saatchi Gallery, Serpentine Gallery, Amazon Studios and MDM Props. Alongside collaborative projects with the British Library, the Antoine De Saint Exupéry Youth Foundation and the Horniman Museum.
Typically using structured light 3D scanning - or if a projects calls for it, photogrammetry - I have been digitising physical spaces, people and objects since 2016.
3D head scan of actress Patricia Allison (TV show Sex Education) for Hendricks Gin. 2023
Art Direction: Elliott Rooney
Visuals created for EP launch of 'Seasick In Salts' from London based band Uh! Created using structured light 3D scanning and Zbrush. 2020
Eight hi-definition rocks produced using photogrammetry. Created for Uta Kögelsberger's multimedia Rock Concert Project (2020) shown at Array Festival, The Albany Theatre, Deptford 2020.
3D Printing Projects
3D designer for Jenna Sutela’s Serpentine Gallery limited edition 'Baby Magma'. 2022
These hand-blown lava lamps are formed in the likeness of the artist and modelled after the collection of heads that were created as part of Sutela’s 2019 work, I Magma, a co-commission between Serpentine and Moderna Museet. The edition presents a small scale version of Sutela’s lava heads made in collaboration with the classic lava lamp producer Mathmos.
Images above: 3D-printed watermarks applied onto a paper mould to test their efficiency in the papermaking process. This allowed conservators to adapt and study elements of existing designs.
Berolina 1:24 Scale Statue. Comission for Little Big City Berlin.
Digitally sculpted in Zbrush and 3D printed in resin.
Client - MDM Props and Merlin Entertainment.
Berolina in 1937, outside Alexanderplatz station, Berlin.
Designed in 1889 (originally in the plaster, then later cast into bronze) the 7.5m statue was damaged in the barricade fights of the German Revolution in1918/19. The nearby Berolinahaus, built in 1929–32 was named after the statue. Dismantled on 26 August 1942, the statue is thought to have been melted down in 1944 for war purposes.