Coming in autumn of 2018.
After inventing a pair of goggles that lets people see in four dimensions, physics student Harriet Goldring joins Nikola Tesla in working for a strange organization called the Multiverse Unification Agency. When Harriet and Tesla find themselves in trouble with an inter-universal death cult it's up to Dr. Sophie Clarke to get them safely home.
Produced by Zoot Pictures.
A series about love, neuroscience and the importance of failure, currently in funded development with Leopard Pictures and Windfall Films. The original pitch included a 3 minute proof of concept film:
In development as a 6 x 10 minute digital series with Windfall Films (UK) and Zoot Pictures (Canada).
The Institute have been working for centuries to answer big moral questions. When they come to the rescue of a struggling musician named Harriet, she must decide for herself what good and evil really mean.
At NYC Web Fest 2015 Connie Kaldor and Paul Campagne accept the award for Oustanding Achievement in Editing on my behalf.
Connie and Paul, along with Cameron Groves, were nominated for Outstanding Achievement in Music, and Nikola Tesla and the End of the World was nominated for Best Web Series.
L-R Gillian MacGregor, Paul O'Neill, myself and Ian Knopke attend the 2015 Raindance Independent Series Awards, where Nikola Tesla and the End of the World was nominated for Best British Series.