Geoffrey Jones

‘Seasons Project’ (1980)
Geoffrey Jones


“Mesmerised by cinema since he was a child and later inspired by Dziga Vertov and Luciano Emmer, his first film project, a satire on the commuter society, envisaged images cut to very rhythmic music, a technique that became his hallmark. Although the film was never actually made, the drawings led to work, when he was just 24 as a one man band: ‘The Experimental Film and TV Department’ of advertising agency Crawford International, where early work included an acclaimed commercial for Martini. He went on to make films for global companies like Shell and BP, and innovative animated shorts.”

Taken from here

‘Snow’ (1963)
Geoffrey Jones

Further resources
You can find ‘The Seasons Project’ amongst many others by Geoffrey Jones on the BFI DVD collection of his work, ‘The Rhythm of Film‘.
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