We first collaborated with Jaymis on the Lord Mayor’s Business Awards where he was the clever one making all our insane concepts a technical reality (lining up enormous HD projections from 30ft away to a tolerance of 1.5mm). Since then he’s become an integral part of the Graetzmedia team thanks to his incredible versatility and an uncanny ability to balance technical prowess with creativity.
Recently Jay played a key role in the Legacy Way Visitors Centre, developing custom electronics and software to control exhibit features such as the TBM progress lights on the satellite map located in the entry way, the ‘Big Red Button’ exhibit, deployment of the multitouch displays, and many other features in the Centre.
Be sure to check out his latest music video for Cowper – an ambitious one-shot motion control clip filmed in the desecrated remains of our flooded West End studio.
Jaymis is an accomplished web designer, co-founder of the hugely popular VJ blog createdigitalmotion.com, cinematographer, motion graphics animator, editor, musician, VJ, programmer and chef.
Motion Controlled Camera Operator & Creative Horticulturalist – Ball Park Music ‘Surrender’
Pyrotechnics & Animatronics - Penny Skateboards “Plastic Pride”
Motion Controlled Camera Operator & Compositor – ZFlex Skateboards “Jimmy Plumer Skatelapse”
Director & Cinematographer – Cowper “Morning Prayer”‘
Timelapse photographer - Holland “No Control”
Exhibit development – Legacy Way Visitors Centre
Projection supervisor – Lord Mayors Business Awards 2010