A quick and gritty job for a really fun show about a man in search of his missing father finding himself in a tiny Larimah-like town in the middle of the great Australian nowhere.
Big fan of Kitty Green’s work – I think Casting JonBenet is one of the finest films this century – so delighted to work with her on this. Unfortunately it did mean I spent about 3 months listening to a rave version of Down Under,…
This was fun – they don’t really do title sequences like this any more. But this was a great opportunity to lean into the style of the original NCIS series and cement the show as a legitimate and immediately recognisable new member of the family.…
Title design for Marta Dusseldorp’s Tasmania-set mystery comedy drama. It’s like a western, too, which is what we were nodding to in the title design.
Some organic stop-motion inspired caustics for Ben Winspear and Marta Dusseldorp’s poem based on Favel Parrett’s book of the same name.
Titles design for Kate McCartney and Kate McLennan’s feminist comedy murder thriller.
Title design for Daina Reed’s maternal drama-horror movie with Sarah Snook.
Title design, captions, end sequence and roller design for this Netflix biopic of Jessica Watson, the youngest person to complete a solo circumnavigation of the globe.
Title design for AMC+ and See-Saw Films’ outback vampire western, created by Warwick Thornton (frequently seen elsewhere on this site) and Brendan Fletcher (less so, but not by design). Had a few wildly different sequences including a 30 second extravaganza like what they used to…
Title design for a female crime caper set in the glamourous world of Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs and the less glamourous world of the Filipino women who work there.
Operation Buffalo is an espionage thriller set during the British nuclear tests in South Australia in the 1956, when the Menzies government had welcomed British atomic bomb testing at ‘uninhabited’ Maralinga. An Australian Army engineer and WWII hero is charged with keeping the base functioning…
What a delight to work with Mirrah Foulkes on her unique and loopy first feature. Had to dial back a thou from my original pitch of complete adherence to contemporary design and layout (contracts, y’knaa) but still managed to slip in a lot of medial…
Nothing you’re about to see is true. Utter madness and chaos. Trying to track shots that were so selectively macro-focused I couldn’t even figure out the perspective the background was supposed to be at. Now in the glory of hindsight I can still revel in…
The more eagle-eyed among you may have already noted that this is pretty much exactly the same font and layout as David Michôd’s earlier film The Rover. To which we would both like to clarify, no, this is widely-tracked Garamond in grey text and not…
Kabooooom. Everyone’s doing faux VHS these days. Not enough of whom can actually remember what VHS looked like, so Nash and I thought we should let them know. Unfortunately my desire for realism meant working from an image at 240 pixels high, one concession to…
Over the course of the design process we lost unicorns but managed to keep the bright pink. As dads of daughters (like Ray) Nash (Edgerton, director/producer) and I were both suddenly extremely aware of the power of the colour pink, and its sudden prevalence in…
Titles, captions and credits for a great doco exploring the trials and tribulations as the only women’s rugby team in Papua New Guinea prepare for their World Cup campaign, battling infrastructure, lack of opportunity and intense sexism along the way.
Fascinating web series about the incredible people that exist in the frankly hellish world of Freetown in Sierra Leone, where despite the horrors that surround them, looking good and making a hell of a statement is maybe more important than ever.
Down, down, down. Through the endless old-growth of wild Tasmania, with glimpses of clues and hints through the foliage, getting closer and closer to the centre of the mystery. Thanks as always to Porchlight Films for trusting me with this and giving me exactly as…