1. My sister and big time illustrator Kerry Hyndman was commissioned by Beach London to paint a mural on the wall of the newly renovated Three Fishes inn in Mitton, Lancashire. I travelled up with her in August 2013 to film the process and lend a hand with the painting.


  2. Showreel for 2013.


  3. I worked on a behind-the-scenes video for a short film last year. The film was called The Man Who Was Full of Birds and it was shot entirely on location on the Cowal peninsula in Scotland. The short premieres at the Isle of Wight Film Festival (http://isleofwightfilmfestival.co.uk/) this August. Check out Edgewax films for more details: http://www.edgewaxfilms.co.uk/.

    I took the opportunity to also practice some stills photography:







  4. I made this short back in May 2012 about a clumsy shop assistant, magic artwork and a delicious cupcake. It was shot in 6 hours one Friday night in the Flood Gallery in Greenwich.


  5. I was asked to make a short film documenting the construction of an architectural project for the Design Research Laboratory at the Architectural Association. I spent 5 days in December 2012 filming with team MINUS 1 down at the school’s Hooke Park facility located in some lovely Dorset woods.


  6. hyndmanhyndman:

    We were commissioned by Social Care Ideas Factory to provide a video for the launch of their new social care initiative, Trade School Glasgow. Check out the video for more details on what a trade school is or click here for the school’s homepage.

    (Source: vimeo.com)