With a background in fine arts I have been working in and around film and various computer graphics related industries since 1987. From visual effects in London I moved on to film production, props and set dressing in South Africa and eventually enrolled in a computer graphics course in Munich.
In 1996 I co-founded Bionic Productions in London – Bionic (later Bionic Digital) went on to provide the likes of Mission: impossible, The Saint, Daylight, The Jackal, Lost in Space, M:i-2, Behind Enemy Lines and others with playback graphics. The company also designed and produced a number of highly successful marketing campaigns for United International Pictures, to promote films like The Saint, Mercury Rising and The World is Not Enough.
Eventually I moved to Los Angeles to set up a subsidiary of Bionic at Raleigh Studios. In 2001, my wife (a native Melburnian) and I moved to Melbourne where I worked as a freelance designer, animator and compositor. In 2004 Laurence Dodd and I set up Innit Digital and in July 2015 my family and I moved to Berlin.