NEWS: Studio timelapse setup.

I frequently receive requests to create more films of my paintings and their development. So last week, I set about creating a space in the studio that was more geared towards producing time-lapse films.

I've painted the walls black to highlight the paintings and to keep the focus on the work, as well as tying it into the general design of my website. I've also installed a rigging beam above the easel to enable me to have a number of suspended lights and cameras to film and light the work at different angles.

I plan to kick this all off after my upcoming exhibition, so if you'd like to be notified when these new videos are available (as well as general updates and news of new exhibitions etc), please consider subscribing to my website. Your support and feedback are greatly appreciated!

The Go Pro positioned over my shoulder, ready for action.

NB: For those of you who are curious about what kit I use to create my time-lapses, I use two iphones (using an app called Lapseit Pro - which gives you more control than the standard iphone time-lapse mode) and a GoPro (Session4).

These are suspended by two Manfrotto Single Arm 2 Section with Camera Bracket (product reference no: SKU 196B-2) for the phones/GoPro and a Manfrotto 3-Section Double Articulated Arm with Camera Attachment (product reference no: SKU 396B) for occasionally hanging a heavier bit of kit such as a DSLR camera or light.