Installation 

 

Capturing the immersive nature of your work can feel insurmountable. At Hotmilk Films we capture what still photography is unable to. Partnering artist interviews with audience testimonies we map the intentions and the experience against a backdrop of beautifully filmed shots of the work, this enables us to encapsulate the full experience and in a thought provoking and sensitive way.

International Magic

Superfutures Exhibition

Client: International Magic

Camera: Sony FX3

Date: October 2022

 

Superfutures Exhibition documentation Selfridges   

 

Universal Everything

Lifeforms (Directors cut)

Client: Universal Everything
Camera: Sony FX3

Date: October 2022   

 

Lifeforms is a collection of 14 installations showcasing Universal Everything’s characterful and generative moving image artworks in the renowned 180 The Strand venue.   

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Future You

Client: Universal Everything
Camera: Sony FS700 with Odyssey 7Q   

 

The brief was to document the first day ‘Future you’ was revealed in the Barbican More than human exhibition to promote the event to their followers. 

Our director set out to capture authentic reactions to how people reacted when they came face to face with a synthetic version of themselves. To do this Matt chose angles that would not distract the attendees from having a playful experience.

Tellart

Plant protagonists

Client: Tellart

Camera: Sony FX3

Date: April 2022

We were commissioned to document the UAE pavilion at the Floriade 2022 international horticultural exhibition. 

Seagrass Immersive Experience

Client: Tellart

Camera: Sony FX3

Date: April 2022

We were commissioned to document the UAE pavilion at the Floriade 2022 international horticultural exhibition. 

"Matt is an astonishing film maker. His attention to detail, visual storytelling excellence and artistry make him a joy to work with."

Nick Ryan

 

‘I had the pleasure of hiring Matt to shoot our interactive installation at the Barbican, London. He made our world look beautiful and captured the public reaction perfectly. I’m looking forward to hiring him again’

Matt Pyke - Universal everything 

Jason Bruges Studio

Icosahedral Sky making of

Client: Jason Bruges Studio

Camera: Blackmagic pocket 6k, Panasonic GH5, Sony FS700 with Odyssey 7Q  

Date: February 2020

 

Perlin Canopy making of

Client: Jason Bruges Studio
Camera: Blackmagic pocket 6k, Panasonic GH5, Sony FS700 with Odyssey 7Q

Date: February 2020

Variegation Index making of

Client: Jason Bruges Studio
Camera: Blackmagic pocket 6k, Panasonic GH5, Sony FS700 with Odyssey 7Q

Date: February 2020


Shadow wall making of

Client: Jason Bruges Studio
Camera: Blackmagic pocket 6k, Panasonic GH5, Sony FS700 with Odyssey 7Q

Date: February 2020


Nick Ryan

DX17

Client: Nick Ryan
Camera: Sony FS700 with Odyssey 7Q

Date: June 2017  

 

The brief was to capture a sound sculpture commissioned by The Imperial War Museum and IWM Duxford to mark their centenary which was done on the last evening of the show before the installation was taken down. Our Director used two models to portray the users experience with shots to match the tone and feel of the installation intercut with excerpts of it’s sounds and an interview with the artist as a voice over. Nick Ryan was only revealed visually at the very end to reinforce the concept that our mind constructs a person with only a sound. 

Bowers & Wilkins

Adrift

Client: Bowers & Wilkins
Camera: Sony FS700 with Odyssey 7Q

Date: February 2017  

 

The brief was to make a short documentary to show how Machine 9, an installation by Nick Ryan, works and was made. Our director set out to summarise how the machine tracks the positions of 27,000 pieces of space junk, transforming them into sound, in real time, as they pass overhead. It was a cold two-day shoot in a barn in essex. We were delighted with the end result which has been shown worldwide and was foundational in a continued working relationship with Nick Ryan.

UVA

Other Spaces

Client: UVA
Camera: Blackmagic pocket 6k

Date: October 2019  

 

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