The words in this film have been changed to retain client confidentiality because originally they were very personal staff quotes. The film was commissioned for a conference.
Black and White Staff Drawings
I was asked to create a film for a conference for a corporate client. I came up with the concept that the work team could each do a simple line drawing on A4 paper, that the secretary would scan and send over to me.
Baby Loss Awareness Week
A story for Babyloss Awareness Week
Today marks the start of Babyloss Awareness Week here in the UK. To help raise awareness of the impact of pregnancy loss, we’re launching the animation below which we’d love you to share with your family and friends.This short animation, illustrated by Emma Plunkett and voiced by Amy Swales, who have both experienced miscarriage, highlights how difficult the experience of loss can be and how important having someone to talk to can be during this time. For more information about how the Miscarriage Association can help those affected by a loss, visit: http://www.miscarriageassociation.org.uk/support/how-we-can-help/ #babylossawarenessweek #babyloss #blaw16
Posted by The Miscarriage Association on Sunday, 9 October 2016
This film was commissioned by Joanna Duchesne, Managing Director at the Service Co-op, production company. I was asked to just illustrate for this animation for the Miscarriage Association, for baby loss awareness week.
International Volunteer’s Day
We do not always see the benefits of our actions. But that doesn't mean they're not important.#Volunteering #IVD2016
Posted by International Citizen Service (ICS) on Monday, 5 December 2016
This film is an animation commissioned through the Service Co-op production company for ICS, a youth volunteering program. The film tells the story of a date tree being planted.
International Women’s Day
On International Women's Day, it's time to raise up with the women who stand up for the many, who march for the rights of all. (via International Citizen Service (ICS), video by VSO/Emma Plunkett)
Posted by Upworthy on Wednesday, 8 March 2017
This animation has been virally successful with over 200k views within the first 24 hours over a few social media sites. Here you can see how many views it gathered when it was picked up by Upworthy news media company.