23 Jan 2012

DESIGN PROJECT


I have just completed a very nice design project - the website of TV and film composer (and my husband) William Goodchild Music. This was a particularly enjoyable project as it was for my husband, and I like to think that after 22 years together, I have a pretty good idea of what he likes. I designed the visual look of the website update and then handed over to the very talented Seb Francis from BurnIT (who also built my website). I don't think there is anything that Seb can't do (such a talent)! Do go and have a look at Will's website - the design, navigation and functionality - and of course, have a listen to his wonderful music. I am very proud of his work. You can hear a selection of his music HERE

William composes and produces music for film, television and concert performance.  As a composer he specialises in wildlife and history documentary and has scored films for all the major broadcasters including the BBC, Channel 4, Channel 5, PBS, National Geographic International and Animal Planet.  His recent commissions have included Chimps of the Lost Gorge (BBC Natural World), Wild Russia (6-part series for National Geographic), and Lobo - the Wolf that Changed America (BBC Natural World).  Lobo won the Outstanding Achievement Award at the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival 2009 and the Jury's Special Prize at the Wildscreen International Film Festival 2008.  He has just completed 'Nordic Wild' - a 4-part series for National Geographic on Scandinavia, and Jungle Gremlins of Java for BBC Natural World. 

I also re-designed Will's blog (news and updates) to match with the new website.

Will's next programme to screen is on BBC2, Wednesday 25th January 2012 at 8pm and is called Jungle Gremlins of Java. The programme tracks the toxic slow loris and goes undercover to reveal the illegal worldwide trade in loris for pets. Dr Anna Nekaris, the programme's presenter has set up a 'fire face project' to save the slow loris via ecology, education and empowerment. You can find out more about her project by clicking HERE.


To see the website of William Goodchild Music click HERE