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Windfall Digital

 

WFDapple

 

Martin was managing director of Windfall Digital from 2005 until 2007. The company has now merged with Windfall Films, but this archived site shows how it looked at the time. It presents a wide range of work done by the company in the creation of DVD’s website media and interactive exhibitions. You can see the (flash-based)company site from 2007 here.

 

 

 

 Futurelab

futurelab

 

Martin was the founder and first Chief Executive of NESTA Futurelab, a learning software research centre in Bristol, now called Futurelab: http://www.futurelab.org.uk/

 

 

Explore-At-Bristol

 

atbristol

 

Martin was Director of ‘Science World’ in Bristol during its development and this clip reveals his ambitions for interactive science exhibitions at the time. The resulting exhibition is now called ‘Explore-At-Bristol’ http://www.at-bristol.org.uk/

 

 

 

BBC Multimedia Centre

 

bbc1988

 

An echo from the ancient history of multimedia. Bach at the bbc. Martin was a new media pioneer at the BBC, and headed up the BBC Multimedia Centre where this experimental product was produced in 1994

 

Horizon

horizon

 

Clips from Martin’s films and series made over many years for BBC Science will shortly be available on this site

 

 

Burke Special Programmes

James_Burke

 

Martin was the last series Producer of the Burke Special programmes in the mid-70s. So please don’t just think of him only as an ever so serious producer of documentaries and multimedia!

 

H. Andrew Freeth

AFreeth

 

Martin’s father, H. Andrew Freeth was one of the leading portrait artists of his generation. Some of his best work was as a war artist, and as a mining artist. This clip shows him in the early 1950’s going down a mine in Wales and then doing a portrait drawing of a miner