Animation workshops with Chocolate Films

Animated films made by kids, youths, adults, seniors and people with learning disabilities.
These have all been produced in extra-curricular workshops taught by myself.

I regularly work with charities, schools, museums and other centres of learning to lead workshops in animation. The mediums we work with include stop motion using 2D or 3D forms, paper, plasticine etc… as well as 2D and 3D computer based animation.

Film workshops with Chocolate Films

Fictional Films made by kids, youths, adults, seniors and people with learning disabilities.
These have all been produced in extra-curricular workshops taught by myself.

Legacy of Hope – Holocaust Memorial Day 2010

A film to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day on January 27 2010. Narrated by actor Daniel Radcliffe, a prominent supporter of HMD, the film focuses on three Holocaust survivors Ben Helfgott, Iby Knill and Lily Ebert who tell us about their experiences and share with us their Legacy of Hope. A Chocolate Films production commissioned by The Holocaust Memorial Day Trust.

I worked as a production assistant during shoots as well as pre and post production.

Afro-Saxons

Angela is a braid stylist to the stars. Wayne and Cyndia are the leading junior stylists at the UK’s biggest chain of Afro hair salons. George and Apple are a Thai couple obsessed with Afro hair. Michael is Birmingham’s leading Afro stylist who is out to beat the all-powerful London salons. Afro-Saxons is a sharp and funny observational documentary that follows all of these stylists as they enter the Black Beauty and Hair awards – the biggest Afro hair competition in the UK.

On October 10 2008, Afro-Saxons premièred at the Ritzy Brixton. This is how it went down. The film is released on October 17 2008 in selected London Cinemas.

I worked as a production assistant in many capacities extensively on this production.