Shaping Education – Henry Bastow

Year: 2010 – Q3
Clients: Education Dept. Victoria,
Reel Pictures,
Mal Padgett Design

An expansive animated story producted for the Education Dept. of Victoria and the Henry Bastow Foundation. This video used 3D animation and Motion Graphics to tell the history of education in Victoria, the impact of Henry Bastow’s schools and the opening of the new Bastow Institute.

We were supplied with many fantastic high resolution photos of the schools and their students and used After Effects to bring the photos to life. The success of this video spurred the creation of 2 more ‘Bastow’ videos (made in 2011 and 2012) that continued the story of Education in Victoria.

I worked on this project for 2 months for Reel Pictures and Mal Padgett Design during my year of Industry Placement in 2010. I was responsible primarily for the Motion Graphics sequences between the 3D intro and outros, which were created by Alf Kuhlmann. I learnt a lot over the course of this project, and had a heap of fun bringing each sequence to life!

Shaping Education: Henry Bastow Series

The project above is 1 in a series of 3 videos produced for the Education Dept. of Victoria and Bastow Institute. You can find out more about any of the 3 videos below:

Shaping Education – Henry Bastow III

Shaping Education – Henry Bastow III

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Shaping Education – Henry Bastow II

Shaping Education – Henry Bastow II

Part 2 in a series of 3 animated videos produced for the Education Dept. Victoria and Bastow Institute. This was the first project that we ever used the Vray Renderer as part of the production pipeline…

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Shaping Education – Henry Bastow

Shaping Education – Henry Bastow

An expansive animated story producted for the education dept. of Victoria and the Henry Bastow Foundation. This video covered the history of education in Victoria, the impact of Henry Bastow’s schools and the opening of the new Bastow Institute…

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