COLLECTION > STORYBOARDS
This page features a collection of storyboard samples for film and animation projects - produced on paper with pencil, ink, photoshop and procreate.
SONIC MORBIUS REDRAWN (2021)
Even though I am not a fan of Sega's Sonic franchise, this fan project gave me the opportunity to create digital storybaords - experiment with storyboarding for exisiting character designs, colour effects, camera angles and action sequences.
DOCTOR WHO FA: THE SILVER SPOON (2021)
This animated fan web-series gave me an opportunity to try creating thumbnail sketches, concept arts and storyboards with special effective tools - as well was working existing characters.
FAR FETCH (2020)
During lockdown, I was approached to produce a storyboard for a short film pitch: Far Fetch. I recieved the script from the director Andrew Okello, and managed to create pages of each scene. Using my skills as a cameraman, I decided to include a few additional frame shots for any moment of the film that might come in handy, as well as a couple of sketches before a finished page would be completed.
VEGGIE RUSH: NIGHT OF THE LIVING RADISH (2018)
After creating my first-ever animated short film at Bridgend College, Veggie Rush, I have always wanted to create a sequel or spin off to the characters. One of them was a Halloween special. During my second year at University of South Wales, . I created a short animatic for the opening scene, and then slowly got into creating a rough storyboard using Photoshop.
Click here to see the finished storyboard for: Night of the Living Radish.
ENEMY WITHIN (2016)
This was the first time I got to work an international film crew creating a short film based in Australia. Much like with It's My Shout, I was given a script to work with and sent the finished storyboard to the director. This was my first short film I worked on that included mature content.
SHORT FILMS MADE IN WALES (2015)
My first work experiences in storyboarding came when I took part in a film trainee scheme with BBC It's My Shout productions. I was given the opportunity to storyboard for two short films: Hiraeth and Stone Soup. Both jobs involved meetings with the director and producer discussing which specific scenes required specific camera angles and shots, and what style of film making they were looking for.