Editing ‘Mr. Happy – the public art of Stuart Semple’, an Amazon Prime documentary
A 10-minute documentary-style edit adapting existing footage to feature as part of an exhibition. As seen on Amazon Prime in the UK and US.
Stuart Semple is a world-renowned artist, art supplies maker and public artist. He is a provocative force in bringing positive change through art.
Stuart contacted our co-founder Mike through a Facebook post exchange. The idea? To create a short documentary from footage filmed in 2018.
This project had a short turnaround and a loose brief. Stuart handed the creative reins for the edit over to us. There was also a lot of extremely interesting and usable footage to sift through and curate.
We created a viable plan to share with Stuart, as well as daily updates. This meant he could suggest changes as we progressed with the video.
- Made available for streaming on Amazon Prime UK and US
Formed part of Dancing on My Own: Selected Works – Stuart’s exhibition at Bermondsey Art Space in London, UK
- Featured on Stuart’s website, shared, linked to and shared widely
- Received 5* reviews on Amazon Prime Video
Watch the full film on Amazon Prime
‘Can art be a tool to bring us together, reduce fire and help us to feel safer and more connected? Mr. Happy explores the public artworks of Stuart Semple.
Documenting happiness projects around the world. Including some of the artist’s better known works.
Art consultants, museum directors and psychologists discuss the impact art can have on mental health, community and connection.’