At BDH we made some pretty delicious graphics for this series on the chemistry of food.
Michael Mosley and James Wong reveal the physics, chemistry and biology hidden inside our food. They travel the world in a culinary adventure to search for the origins of our favourite foods and using specialist photography and CGI, they take us on a journey inside the most sumptuous food, right down to the molecular level.
You can see a promo here featuring some of the work we did.
Watch out for the tongue and tastebud sequences ;-).
9pm Friday 24th February (This evening) BBC2.
You can see the full list of nominees here.
Excellent work and congratulations to the rest of Team BDH. The final result was a perfect blend of many peoples work, modelling, rigging, sculpting, rendering, lighting and compositing with the BDH signature analogue elements.
Fingers crossed for the 28th.
(You know, it’s the one with all the babies.)
Reminder: “War of Words: Soldier Poets of the Somme” for which we made the poetry animations, repeated BBC4 9pm Sunday 3rd July in commemoration of #somme100 http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04pw01r
I’m not that into giving away secrets but BDH have shared the BAFTA submission compilation for our work on Countdown to Life. So now you can make your own babies.
Y’know, like, virtual ones.
Do you like maps? We like maps. We made some maps for #WalkingTheHimalayas Channel 4 8pm tonight http://bit.ly/1YJT5Xa
Just received our Media Innovation Award trophy for Creative Craft on The Somme In Seven Poems:
“The judges thought the seamlessly choreographed multi-layered animation was complex and difficult but in this animation sequence was achieved without fault. The art direction and overall styling also brought an immersive atmosphere to the poems.”
At BDH I was part of the team that worked on The Countdown To Life, a three part series produced by BBC Science in association with the Open University, exploring some of the latest research into understanding of human development, from conception to birth. With a complex pipeline, an imaginative and groundbreaking approach and with an array of the latest technology and software, the BDH team produced hundreds of shots of spell binding imagery illustrating the remarkable transformations that take place during those early stages.
Episode One transmits tonight (Monday 4th September 2015) on BBC2 and will subsequently be available on the iPlayer.
Nice to see some of the work we’ve done at BDH featured in this piece on the benefits of feeling insignificant.
It’s great to be part of something that makes people feel small.Thanks for the heads up, to my friend Kathryn Jeffs.