Introducing you to a new page on my website dedicated to the 'out-shoots', a real behind the scenes of my creative process. I like to animate the inanimate, to bring to life a story, an event or an experience. These daft stop-motion films are made sometimes over a day or two, sometimes over weeks. They intermingle with domestic life. Made on a fridge door, kitchen table or shelves in the spare room. They sketch out happiness, sadness and the joy of achievement.
Peg Tango was first shown to the public in a garden shed at The Refectory Table in Loughborough. The story describes a dream of becoming a synchronised swimmer realised in pegs. Here's a link to take a peek Peg Tango
The films seem like an elaborate doodle - one line leading to another, one story onto another, mixing up memories, myths and stories to build an animated narrative. I would love to know what you think.