The Architect

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Title sequence for an imaginary film with a dream cast and crew.
A love letter to architecture, Charles Eames and 70's films - a strong reminder that live action title sequences can be a powerful vehicle for emotion and connection to the audience.
Shot in 2 days on practical locations, with minimal crew and logistics - plexiglass cubes, wire strings and an iconic scale model of a man.
Used as a self-promotion piece, it was a huge success, prompting one comment in particular from David Fincher’s editor: “Beautiful, but you’ll never get all those people working together”.