• Stereo 3D

    • IMAX

    • Plankton

    • Macro Photography

    • Fine Art

    • Special Effects

  • Stereo 3D

  • IMAX

  • Plankton

  • Fine Art

  • Special Effects

  • Macro Photography

No Time to Die

Chris and his team at Vision3 spent two years on the show, designing and supervising Daniel Craig's last Bond film and the first to be released in 3D.

Bugs 3D

Peter and Chris work build the camera rigs and optics to film they ground breaking IMAX film which was pivotal in Peter being awards his Oscar.

Ealing Film Loops

From 1965, Peter and three colleagues spent 5 years travelling the length and breadth of the US capturing subjects for the Ealing Film Loops.

Deep Star VI

Peter creates the special effect sequences for a Hollywood monster film with underwater sequences filmed both for real and using dry for wet techniques.

Discovery

Peter shoots some of the most detailed deep sea images in seven weeks aboard the British Deep See Research Vessel Discovery.

The Fountain

As a modern-day scientist, Tommy is struggling with mortality, desperately searching for the medical breakthrough that will save the life of his cancer-stricken wife, Izzi.

Life on Earth

Peter was responsible for shooting the first five programs of this ground-breaking series, that not only set the bar for Natural History documentary productions but also pushed the limits of documentary film making logistics and organisation.

Jamaica

The first project for Peter and the team that were later to become Oxford Scientific Films saw them filming in Jamaica, for the BBC's first ever colour wildlife transmissions.

Lost Worlds

For Bailey Silleck's Lost Worlds, The team filmed a flight over Victorian insect collections and maps of Guatemala, insectivorous plants and special effects filming of falling rain drops, with the drop filling frame, as they tracked it descending.

Land Rover: Above and Beyond

Chris supervised this VR360 film, shot and post produced by Vision3 to celebrate the Land Rover sponsored Americas Cup team.

On The Wing

Peter creates the most technically challenging sequence of his career, the over the shoulder view of a prehistoric dragonfly flying through a prehistoric jungle - on IMAX.


Secret of Life on Earth

Peter and Chris again combine forces with Chris Parsons for the second time since Life on Earth for a Korean Expo IMAX film

Drop in the Ocean

Location based VR experience | Created by Adam May, Chris Campkin and Chris Parks. Shared experience using  AI motion tracking system.

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