Produced whilst employed at IAG Research Centre these NRMA Insurance videos take a look at the introduction of motorcycle lane filtering laws in NSW. Informing viewers on the laws and highlighting some dangers and risks associated with lane filtering. As this is a new law versions were produced targeted at motorcycle riders and one for car drivers.
Collaboratively produced, my colleague and I both set about shooting and then separated in post with one taking the motorcycle version and the other the car version, I took on the motorcycle version. There was overlap in the animations and in these parts we again worked together.
As this type of video requires ‘catching’ people in the act of doing the wrong thing shooting took an enormous amount of time, driving around and trolling through hours of on-car action cam footage.
Shot on a combo Canon DSLR, GoPro and Drift Cam in entirely natural light.
Edited in Adobe Premiere Pro with graphics and animations produced in Illustrator and After Effects.
Voice over by Joel Philips.
Music sourced from AudioMicro.
I am in this one but you would never guess which one is me.