This 12 minute projection mapped immersive film was created for a new exhibition commemorating the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
Projected onto 22 individual surfaces using 5 projectors to cover a width of over 20 metres, the concept of separate pieces of information coming together to form a single full story was conceived early on and played to the strengths and the visual approach for this experience.
A combination of newly shot content, complex motion graphics, visual effects, stop-frame animation and extensive archive material all came together to tell this very human story of the code breakers at Bletchley Park.
I was involved at every stage, from initial concept designs, client presentations, storyboarding, on-set art direction, post production, and illustration, to the final composition of the whole sequence.
Produced for Centre Screen
Exhibition design PLB