When I started making digital movies 18 years ago the way I made them made them difficult to present, either privately or at public screenings, as the data rate was far too high for the available projection methods at the time. I was never committed to streaming them as this would have compromised the visual experience via the reduced size and data rate.

Luckily recently, with the advent of Blu-ray technology, they can now be viewed easily. The only condition for seeing them is that a Blu-ray player (BD) is available which is getting more and more common every year and, if not yet found  in every home, is now present in most public viewing establishments and galleries.

Most of the work posted here has been converted to this process and can be recognised by the designation “Dvd: Blu-ray” at the bottom of the short description of the piece. Of course you need to buy a player first.

Fortunately now the technology has improved even more and most of the movies included here are now available to be be viewed on Vimeo.

Please use this link to see them:    https://vimeo.com/user24274324/videos/sort:alphabetical/format:thumbnail

This should sort them into the order when they were made, or if not check the ‘Alphabetical’ option above the videos to see the work in chronolgical order.

Alternatively there should be a direct link on their individual page, thanks.


A.G. July 2017


Image converted using ifftoany

This short 3D animation originated from an abandoned piece started in 2006. Its roots are a very loose graphic interpretation of some recent family medical experiences. The actual details are not necessary to appreciate it, neither is it a literal interpretation of the conditions involved – it has more affinity with a fairground attraction than medical history.
In common with most abstract work there isn’t a prescribed narrative so the viewer will need to interpret the images intuitively.

As with all Vimeo presentations version is very compressed and also reduced in size.

AG 2018

Direct vimeolink:


DVD: Blu-ray      •      Aspect ratio 16:9      •     HD 1920 x 1080   •    Length: 7 ‘  12″     •    ©2017