Here is a, slightly erroneous, review of the series from the Guardian.
A good day yesterday moving into the new BDH space and getting everything up and on line. What is visible here is only about a third to quarter the area we have but the but the rest of it is still being developed.
Apologies for blurry images they were taken in a rush.
A first look at a big new project we’ve been working on.
More on it here:
“Our Planet will take viewers on a spectacular journey of discovery showcasing the beauty and fragility of our natural world,” Attenborough said as the series was announced on Thursday. “Today we have become the greatest threat to the health of our home but there’s still time for us to address the challenges we’ve created if we act now. We need the world to pay attention.”
From the BDH website:
“Earth: One Amazing Day showcases the remarkable stories that happen on earth, our home, each and every day, driven by the power of the Sun. It takes audiences on a breath-taking and immersive voyage across the continents, through the oceans and skies as it tracks the sun’s journey…all in a single amazing day.”
We got individual credits so it got added to our IMDB page which is always 👌.
Here is Radiohead performing Bloom live back in 2011.
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.
National Geographic have uploaded an image gallery from one of the dinosaur shows we worked on. Some of the compositions on the stills they have chosen are a bit unusual, and they seem to have upload everything twice, but they still look marvellous to me.