For the week that’s in it! Minimalist print of the legendary McEnroe for sale on my Artsprojekt store – click on the right of the link for sizing, price and paper options!
My self promotion project just passed the 3,000 views mark on Behance, absolutely blown away by the interest this project is getting!
For this quick little exercise we were to pick a book from the Irish bestsellers list and create some opening title credits for a tv show based on the book itself. I chose The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry, a book about a man who, instead of posting a letter, decides to walk the 600 mile journey to deliver the letter in person. As soon as I read the blurb for the book I had a song in mind and pretty much built everything around that. Obviously this is only a college project and I don’t own any rights to the song used, but if you like it and want to hear more then check out the incredibly talented Willy Mason.
A couple of weeks before I finished up my third year of college I received a phone call from Lorenzo Tonti, the head of the BA (Hons) Design (Visual Communications) course that I’m currently studying. Lorenzo informed me that I was awarded the WIT/AIB School of Humanities Student of the Year award for 2013, and to say it was a surprise would be an understatement. It was a great honour to be awarded such a prestigious award, and a great feeling knowing that it was the nominations from the lecturing staff at Waterford Institute of Technology that got me there. On the night I received a booklet which included some very kind words regards my attitude to work and personality, and also a great introduction as I picked up the award.
Here is a photo of me receiving the award from a representative of AIB who sponsored the awards and also the excerpt out of the booklet.
My animation recently got short-listed to the final 10 of the nationwide Dare2Bdrinkaware competition. Unfortunately I didn’t win but it was great exposure and a great competition to be a part of, not to mention a great honour to be short-listed to the final 10 from all of the students and colleges that entered around the country. Here is a photo of me receiving my certificate from Fionnuala Sheehan, Chief Executive of drinkaware.ie
Big thank you to Marc O’Sullivan for taking the photo.
Less than a week left for the Drink Aware public votes and this photo is surely worth a few extra clicks!! Click on the link a hit no.3 as many times as you can, the more the better!
Big thanks to Marc O’Sullivan for taking the photo.
My self promotion project passed the 1000 views mark on Behance yesterday, check out the link for a few more projects!
My animation was shortlisted for the 2013 Drink Aware Competition and it’s now down to a public vote, if the video is picked it will be used for the Drink Aware advertising campaign this year so if you could follow this link and tick the third video once, twice, three times even it would be much appreciated! Sharing is also good!!