“I really like Keith’s style, enthusiasm and adaptability. He can follow a brief but he can also come up with something that you haven’t thought about which is better. He has a great sense of humour (quite important I think) and a flair that isn’t just bullshit bravura but one that is backed up with detail and hard work. This means that the end result is often more complicated than it looks.He’s a pleasure to work with.”
– James Runcie, Film-maker, Novelist and Head of Literature and Spoken Word at the Southbank Centre in London.
“Keith created a dynamic and distinctive title sequence which conveys the premise of Empire’s Children perfectly. He was quick to understand the concept of the series and to translate the brief in to imaginative and visually arresting titles. Keith delivered the sequence on schedule and budget, and was a pleasure to work with as he responded receptively and creatively to all of my feedback.”
– Colette Flight, Series Producer, Wall to Wall
“We are very impressed with the standard and creativity of the title sequence for ‘Faith in the Frame’. Keith was a pleasure to work with. He always kept us very much in the loop and delivered great work.”
– Naomi Wright, Producer, ITV
“In place of tired historical reconstruction we were looking for ambitious, inventive graphics, but on a tight budget. Keith produced a series of painterly animated sequences, which gave Face of Britain a whole new dimension.”
– Nick Godwin, Director, Wag TV
“Keith is a very talented animator with extremely high production values. He’s full of great ideas and communicates visually with great panache and humour.”
-Ian Hallworth, Hallworth Design
It was a pleasure working with Keith as he was, in all situations, calm and friendly. His direction is focussed, with a keen eye for detail, and open to other’s ideas. He understands illustration in depth, so always seemed to know the right solution.
– Ryan Weaver, Illustrator.Animator, Alternative View Studios