by admin | Aug 19, 2019
All work shown was completed by members of the Primary VFX team at other facilities.
Client: Happy Hour ProductionsDirector: Jake GortonProducer: Jake GortonPerviz: Rebecca RoseLighting: Jem Grimshaw
A playful introduction to a new product. Working closely with Jake Gorton at Happy Hour we created and animated a vacuum cleaner that demonstrated the product's new and unique design in a fun and playful environment.
Client: Glastonbury Shangri-la3D Artist: Jem GrimshawCompositing: Steve Hawken
Work delivered:360 degrees immersive environment for the enormous gas tower at Shangri-la Glastonbury.
We created a flight of fantasy through an endless city enveloped in a dusky orange haze.
Client: Jérôme Walter GueguenDirector: Jérôme Walter GueguenCompositor: Steve Hawken
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Client: SDNADirector: Valentina Floris, Ben FooteAnimation: Saul FreedLighting: Jem GrimshawFX: Joe Thornley-HeardCompositing: Steve Hawken
Work Delivered:An immense moving image artwork spanning 80 meters of walls and corridors, installed on Spectrum a brand new luxury cruise ship.
Working with Director Valentina Floris and Ben Foote at SDNA we created full CGI environments and light trails and butterflies that reacted to the dancers and the environment.
Client: The PitchProduction Company: Zoya FilmsDirector: Ben CohenCompositor: Steve Hawken
Client: Robot Dinosaur and xFilmWriter/Director: Matt Harris-Freeth
Robot Dinosaur and xFilm are excited to be teaming up with Primary VFX to bring to life the visual effects on their new ambitious short, Invisible Monster.
Invisible Monster is a short horror film about a woman trapped in a violent relationship. When she is attacked by a subterranean invisible monster, she is forced to fight for her survival.
Invisible Monster is the 3rd funded short by South West based director, Matt Harris-Freeth, whose previous award winning films have screened at Oscar and BAFTA qualifying festivals around the world.