Filmography

Never Knowing (Short Animated Digital Poem) – 2012
Screened at Bad Robot Poetry
Online screening of a Digital Animated Poem entitled ‘Never Knowing’. The animation was completed in flash and the video content was filmed and then edited together with ext and audio. The text was a written reaction to the visuals and was developed to create a digital poem.
Bad Robot Poetry is a blog that showcases the best digital poetry from around the world.
http://badrobotpoetry.wordpress.com/2012/10/29/never-knowing-a-video-poem-by-steven-fraser/



Chest Pains (Educational Animation) – 2009
Chest Pains is a 3D educational animation showing the effects of chest pains. This was developed in collaboration with Anatomy experts and utilised to teach students. Chest Pains was Exhibited during the Digital Art exhibition at the Neon International Digital Arts festival in Dundee.
http://www.northeastofnorth.com/archive/neon-2009/programme-2009/



Inmates (Educational Animation) -2009
Flash animation to promote an online teamwork educational video game called Inmates.



TxtGrrrl: Mobile Machinima (Mobile Phone Animated Series) – 2008
Funding opportunity from Scottish Screen, The Scottish Arts Council and other funding bodies.
I was commissioned to write and develop 2 short animations for mobile phones. I developed 2 short scripts and was involved in character design, Illustration and marketing. Here I also storyboarded the two animations and was involved in the technical side of developing animation for mobile devices. The animation was screened at The Edinburgh International Film Festival 2008.
http://www.teebster.com/pocketshorts/index_content.html

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