A Time Traveller's Guide to Bristol - Bristol Zoo
One of seven locations chosen for A Time Traveller’s Guide to Bristol, a digital archive project created in partnership with Bristol Zoo, South West Screen, BBC Anchor and Bristol Record Office. Directed by Sarah Cox, Produced by Kaia Rose, Edited by Dominic Pitt. www.atimetravellersguide.co.uk
A Time Traveller's Guide to Bristol - Broadmead
One of seven locations chosen for A Time Traveller’s Guide to Bristol, a digital archive project created in partnership with South West Screen, BBC Anchor and Bristol Record Office. Directed by Sarah Cox, Produced by Hilary Light, Edited by Dominic Pitt. www.atimetravellersguide.co.uk
The Worlds Largest Lesson
World’s Largest Lesson - for Project Everyone
Written by Ken Robinson to promote the Global Goals for Sustainable Development to school aged children around the world.
Directed by Sarah Cox for Aardman Animations.
Narrator Cariad Lloyd
Paper and pencil short made in May 2012 for the Bristol Encounters 0117 Film Competition by Dominic Pitt
Celebrating 10 Years of Gü
A short stop-motion film directed by George Sander-Jackson and Magda Osinska for creative agency Publicis Chemistry commissioned by Gu Puds to celebrate their tenth anniversary using all real fruit, cocoa beans, vanilla pods and many other delicious tidbits. Made with assistance from Dominic Pitt and Kaia Rose.
Nina Needs To Go - ZOO - bathroom arrival
A Pig's Tail
Ginger comes from a large family with about 70 brothers and sisters and she is the brightest and most intelligent piglet of all. She can imagine a future for her family and her friends that is much nicer than the dark and smelly intensive Pig Farm where they all live. An exciting and dramatic escape secures a glimpse of freedom but first she has to save that idiotic farm hand and Big Mamma Pig.
Directed by Sarah Cox for ArthurCox, Produced by Jason Bartholomew for Aardman and Christine Gutleben for The Humane Society of the United States.
NNTG EP109 CAMPING toasting marshmallows
The Coronation Procession of Anne Boleyn
This is a film we made for Aardman and the Historic Royal Palaces. It was screened in 360 in a tent in the moat of the Tower of London 24th - 26th May 2014. It was created using drawings from the children of the Shapla School in Tower Hamlets and Special Effects by young people from the Renaissance Foundation. It was directed by Sarah Cox, designed by Emma Lazenby and animated by Lucy Izzard and Mara Fradella.
Dominic is a man of many hats, both literal and metaphorical. A BA animation graduate, he has been freelancing around Bristol for the last few years. He has edited, composited, animated, run workshops for young people and has a fancy for sign making. He currently favours a grey Merino wool number but has a taste for anything felt, with a decent brim.