The Microcinescope is a unique digital experience at the intersection of microscopy and cinema.
This is an old piece of work I found in the treasure trove of archives. Basically, it served as a promotional showreel, displaying many of the video projects I’d worked on up until 2010.
I lived in Bamako for around 5 months as part of a UN deployment to a peacekeeping mission. It was my first time in a Sub-saharan African nation and a stark contrast to the Buddhist-Communist Laos I had just exited.
Almost 12 years ago, I designed a typeface named Bollywood Masala. Drawing upon ethnic roots somewhere in Tamil Nadu, I indulged in discipline and research while creating a typeface as part of a first-year university design project.
While recruited as a creative consultant to the University of Technology, Sydney, I led the branding and identity of the Sydney International Animation Festival for three consecutive years – inclusive of its inaugural year (2009).
My friend and colleague in the outreach department of the UN had just completed an epic theatre production in the middle of the desert in Gao (north of Bamako).