Action Sport

I was approached by my son Georgie’s sponsor 79&lewis to urgently put together a video for George which they will be using all over social media platforms to market themselves as well as Georgie.

The brief was clean and simple so I wanted to put the iPhone 5s slow motion capabilities into action. Unfortunately Georgie had an accident 2 days before the actual shoot and broke his broke his leg and is now in a cast for a couple of weeks. Fortunately I managed to retrieve some older footage I shot the day I got the iPhone so this is compiled together into this final video. Once he is out of his cast, I will do the proper shoot planned and will post on the site.

Follow 79& Lewis on the webFacebook and Instagram to see Georgie and the other team members in action.

Terminatryx Music Video – “Gone”

I had the opportunity to direct the music video for the amazing Cape Town Industrial-Metal band Terminatryx. I wanted a fast, energetic music video portraying the chaos inside the main character’s head visually. I had a clear idea in mind of live footage and stills all combined into one final motion of chaotic movements throughout the video. I was very honoured that the band gave me so much freedom and trusted me so much. Shot all in a half day was a clear example of good planning.

Directed, Edited, grading and VFX by Johnny Swanepoel

Cinematography was done by Helmut Scherz from Wilddogs Production

Behind the Scenes Images taken by Megan Davies

3D Modelling

I have been exploring the world of 3D in Cinema 4D and did some simplistic designs for my son’s skateboarding sponsor 79&Lewis in Texas. These designs will also be included into the skating video we are busy working on for him. The idea is to animate these logos but also concentrate a lot on lighting and texturing on these designs to add to the final clean and raw look and feel for the video.

79&Lewis Facebook Page




Hyundai Accent Campaign

A campaign completed for the Hyundai Accent and Hatch campaign for Jupiter Drawing Room. This campaign was broadcast before and after the show “Big Bang Theory”. Photography combined with motion graphics and stock images to create a look and feel of 2d vs 3d. The illustrations was to visually show the specs of the vehicle.