Worrell

Shakespeare Lives

Set on a South London council estate, this short film, written and directed by Elliot Barnes-Worrell celebrates Shakespeare’s timeless themes with a cast headed by Ralph Fiennes.

Using only the words of Shakespeare, The Works explores the vast complexities that exist within a community of young Londoners who refuse to be defined by their circumstances.

Currently on BBC iPlayer

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p03rkqcv/shakespeare-lives-the-works

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Stop Making Sense - 1984 (Directed by Jonathan Demme)

The Setlist [BONUS] - “I’d like to introduce the band by name.”

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I got to do a lot of design and paint exploration leading up to the Weirdmageddon episodes. These images are a mixture of concept and final line drawing and paintings from Weird ep1.  It was up to me to figure out what the Fearamid was going to look like. We did a lot of different takes but the most simple proved to be the best in the end. I’ve  included a couple here that were considered. The top concept painting was a team effort done by Ian Worrel and Myself. Same goes for the painting from the title sequence of the destroyed town. 

I HAVE NO IDEA WHY NOBODY HAS DONE THIS YET.

“What’s Dipper Getting Bill for Christmas?” (2.5/4)

Part 1 || Part 2 || Part 2.5 || Part 3 || Part 4

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One of my first jobs when I joined the team on Gravity falls was to experiment with some color keys for the season premiere of season 2. I’m happy to say most of it made it all the way through to the final cut. Some changes were made down the line, especially through out the party scenes to help simplify the overall scheme but every change made for a stronger episode. Big thanks to Alex Hirsh and Ian Worrel for all their trust and support. Follow our shows Tumblr for regular updates as new shows hit the air! (as well as constant updates from the super power that is our lead character designer Robert Ryan Cory