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.
I was looking for an “Espaço Tranquilidade” for my UN R&R holiday (April 2014) where I could unwind for a week that seemed like a year (thanks to Island time), and I found the exact spot on a magical desert island, Ilha do Maio.
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).