Martin Percy

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Martin Percy is a director of interactive video. He has won four Webby Awards[1][2][3] and a Grand Clio;[4] and has received three Emmy nominations[5][6] and three BAFTA British Academy Award nominations.[7] His work has won ten Webby nominations and fourteen Webby honorees. (See awards and nominations below). He has created interactive video pieces for the Tate Gallery, Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, British Film Institute and National Theatre, working with people including Ian McKellen, Derek Jacobi, Gordon Ramsay, Julie Walters, Tracey Emin, Jonathan Ross and Malcolm McDowell. (See external links below; all sites have a "credits" page crediting Martin Percy as director.) His interactive video pieces are integral to Tate Tracks, a marketing campaign for the Tate Gallery which won a Gold Lion at the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival.[8] His work is discussed in an interview with Betsy Isaacson for The Huffington Post.[9]

Martin is a graduate of Kings College Cambridge and an executive academy member of the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences.[10] He is the son of the late Graham Percy, a noted illustrator.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Clio Awards 'Healthcare - App', 2013 - winner, Grand Clio[4]
BAFTA British Academy Award 2013 - 'Children's Interactive' - nominee[13]
Webby Awards - 'Education & Reference (Handheld)', 2014 - People's Choice Winner[3]
Webby Awards - 'Health, Wellness, Pharmaceutical', 2014 - Nominee[14]
Webby Awards - 'Health', 2013 - Nominee[15]
Creative Review The Annual, 2014 - Best in Book[16]
FWA Site of the Month - August 2013[17]
FWA Site of the Day - August 14, 2013[18]
SXSW Interactive Awards 2014 - 'Educational Resource' - finalist [19]
Lovie Awards - 'Best Use of Interactive Video', 2013 - gold winner[20]
Lovie Awards - 'People’s Choice, Best Use of Interactive Video', 2013 - winner[20]
E-Learning Awards - 'Best learning game', 2013 - gold winner[21]
E-Learning Awards - 'Excellence in learning content – public', 2013 - gold winner[21]
E-Learning Awards - 'Excellence in learning content – not for profit', 2013 - gold winner[21]
E-Learning Awards - 'Best use of mobile learning', 2013 - gold winner[21]

Webby Awards - 'Best Use of Interactive Video', 2012 - Winner[24]
Webby Awards - 'People’s Choice, Best Use of Interactive Video', 2012 - Winner[24]
Webby Awards - 'Best Use of Video', 2012 - Honoree[25]
FWA Site of the Day - December 27, 2011[26]

Webby Awards - 'Youth', 2012 - Nominee[29]
Webby Awards - 'Best Use of Interactive Video', 2012 - Honoree[30]
FWA Site of the Day - February 12, 2012[31]

  • The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco: The Bali Temple Explorer (2011)[32][33]

Webby Awards - 'Travel & Adventure', 2011 - Winner[34]
Webby Awards - 'Tourism', 2011 - Honoree[35]
Webby Awards - 'Religion & Spirituality', 2012 - Honoree[36]
FWA Site of the Day - July 19, 2011[37]

  • Tate Kids: Barbara's Garden (2010)[38]

Webby Awards - 'Broadband', 2010 - Nominee[39]

  • Tate Kids: The Secret Dancer (2009)[40][41]

BAFTA British Academy Award 2010 - 'Children's Interactive' - nominee[42]
Webby Awards - 'Best Use of Interactive Video', 2010 - Nominee[43]
British Interactive Media Association BIMA Awards 2010 - Arts & Culture[44]

  • Tate Modern: Street Art HD (2008)[45][46]

Emmy Awards - New Approaches To News & Documentary Programming: Arts, Lifestyle & Culture 2009 - Nominee[5]
Webby Awards - 'Best Use of Interactive Video', 2009 - Nominee[47]
Webby Awards - 'Broadband', 2009 - Honoree[48]
Webby Awards - 'Cultural Institutions', 2009 - Honoree[49]

  • Tate Modern: The One That Spoke to Me (2008)[50]

Emmy Awards - New Approaches To News & Documentary Programming: Arts, Lifestyle & Culture 2009 - Nominee[5]
Webby Awards - 'Art', 2009 - Honoree[51]

Webby Awards - 'Best Use of Interactive Video', 2009 - Honoree[54]

  • Derek Jacobi on The GPO Film Unit (2008)[55][56]

Webby Awards - 'Best Use of Interactive Video', 2009 - Honoree[54]

Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival 'Integrated' 2007 - Gold Lion (Campaign)[8]
The One Show - "Best of Show" 2007 (Campaign)[59]
The One Show - Innovative Use of Media - TV - "Gold Pencil" 2007 (Campaign)[60]
Webby Awards - 'Music' 2008 - Honoree (Website)[61]
Webby Awards - 'Cultural Institutions' 2008 - Honoree (Website)[62]
Webby Awards - 'Broadband' 2008 - Honoree (Website)[63]

  • A Conversation with Sir Ian McKellen (2006)[64][65]

BAFTA British Academy Award 2006 - 'Interactive Innovation' - nominee[42]
Emmy Awards - 'Outstanding Arts, Lifestyle & Culture Programming For Broadband' 2007 - nominee[6]
Webby Awards - 'Documentary: Individual Episode' 2008 - nominee[66]
Webby Awards - 'Broadband' 2008 - nominee[67]
Webby Awards - 'Cultural Institutions' 2008 - nominee[67]
Webby Awards - 'Best Use of Interactive Video', 2009 - nominee[68]

  • Tate Modern - the BT Series featuring Tracey Emin, Rachel Whiteread and Anthony Gormley (2006)[69]

Webby Awards - 'Art' 2006 - nominee[70]
Webby Awards - 'Art' 2007 - honoree[71]
IVCA Awards - 'Web TV' 2007 - silver[72]

  • BFI Archive interactive with Malcolm McDowell, Jonathan Ross and Paul Merton (2005-6)[73]

British Interactive Media Association Awards - 'Education' 2006 - nominee[74]

  • "Let's Play 66" video quiz[75]

Webby Awards - 'Broadband' 2005 - honoree[76]

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External links[edit]

Official

Lectures etc.

Interviews

Articles etc.