I’m Matt Jolly, a digital and video producer, currently employed as the digital manager at Snape Maltings.

I organise, film and edit videos of music, interviews and live concerts and events. Sometimes these concerts and conferences are streamed live online, where I can be either an encoding engineer or vision mix / director.

More recently I’ve worked on some digital projects like an interactive online version of a performance of John Cage’s Musicircus featuring 1000 performers on Aldeburgh Beach, a choose-your-own-adventure music video and the conversion of an old red telephone box into a virtual concert hall featuring the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Martyn Brabbins.

As well as project managing the build of websites, I’ve also built and maintain a few websites for musicians and bands, using a CMS like Wordpress or Cloudcannon.

Some highlights

(see all the projects)

September 2015:  ‘Concert in a Phonebox’

A concert at Aldeburgh Festival captured in 360 to transform an old red phonebox.

November 2014:  GoPro videos for Perhaps Contraption

10+ angles and 360 video which won a Video Edit Award from GoPro

April 2014:  ‘The Gorey Cabinet’

Winner of the Paracosm video competition.

October 2013:  IAB Engage conference

I organised the filming of sessions and behind the scenes interviews for 6 of these events in major halls in London.

July 2013:  ”Perambulations” interactive music video

Using YouTube’s annotation system to let the viewer choose their own point of view.

July 2012:  Live streamed gigs from the 100 Club

Musicians including Paul Weller, Blur, UK Subs, Plan B and SBTRKT for Converse

June 2012:  Gustavo Dudamel at the Southbank Centre live stream

Gustavo Dudamel and the Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela (all grown up without “Youth” in their title) quickly sold out two nights at the Royal Festival Hall in the Southbank Centre.

September 2011:  Chamber music films at Plush: Ravel & Bruckner

This was filmed in Plush at their festival in September 2011. With some stellar musicians (Thomas Gould, Adrian Brendel and Tim Horton) and an incredible piece of music filming and editing it was a joy.

January 2010:  Huun Huur Tu at Fantasy Studios

Editing of a live concert by the throat singing group Huun Huur Tu from Tuva. 80 minute performance with more than 3 million views on Youtube.