59 PRODUCTIONS TEAM

Creative Directors

Leo Warner

Mark Grimmer

 

Producer
Lucy Owen

 

Senior Assistant Designer & Line Producer

Akhila Krishnan

 

Animators

Nicol Scott

Zsolt Balogh

Edd Stockton

Jarek Radecki

Aaron Brady
Nick Corrigan

Tahir Palali

Gareth Damian Martin

Marco Sandeman
Lawrence Watson

 

Junior Assistant Designer

Raphael Pimlott

 

Digital Producer and Data Wrangler

James Long

 

Sound Designer

Gareth Fry & Pete Malkin

 

Music

Roxy Harris

 

Technical Associate
Maximilien Spielbichler

 

 

Video Design, for 59 Productions:

Creative Director: Leo Warner

Animation Director: Zsolt Balogh

Senior assistant designer: Akhila Krishnan

Animators: Ninoslav Vrana, Dan Radley-Bemnnett

Assistant Designer: Gareth Damian-Martin

Programmer and associate designer: Nick Simmons

Assistant programmer and automation tracking: Dan Murfin

Live Action Shoot:

Director: Leo Warner & Nick Hytner

DoP: Vanessa Whyte

Camera Assistant/CIT: Chris Belcher

Producer: Akhila Krishnan

Partners

Technical Delivery Partners
DWP Live


Related Projects

UN Global Goals Launch

Project Everyone / United Nations


ABOUT THIS PROJECT

Working with the United Nations and Richard Curtis and his team at Project Everyone, 59 has designed and produced a projected artwork to celebrate the launch of the new Global Goals for Sustainable Development.


The ten minute piece - projected on two vast surfaces at the United Nations headquarters in New York at the opening of the General Assembly of world leaders - combines rapid-fire 2d and 3d animation with filmed actors, and introduces each of the 17 'Global Goals' before celebrating the moment of their launch around the globe with a spectacular 3 minute finale.

Developed over the course of almost a year, 59 has worked closely with Academy Award nominee Richard Curtis, the director of Project Everyone, to create a piece which is part campaign film, part educational resource and part celebration, presenting the Global Goals in an accessible and visually exciting way. The projection piece was also  filmed and broadcast around the world on MSNBC and BBC Worldwide. 



top