PICCADILLY CIRCUS PAINTING - CARL RANDALL
Short video documenting artist Carl Randall's recent project 'Piccadilly Circus' - a large monochrome oil painting depicting the crowds, buildings and street signs of a busy area in central London, involving painting 70+ portraits from life.
Music: Higher Intelligence Agency ©
1:42s. Hawkeye Productions © 2018.

JAPAN PORTRAITS - CARL RANDALL
Documentary about UK artist Carl Randall in Japan (BP Travel Award Winner 2012 at The National Portrait Gallery, London). 'Tokyo Portraits' section shows the artist in the capital city - sketching in a ramen shop, on city trains, at Shibuya crossings, and at the artists' studio. 'Hiroshima Portraits' section shows portrait sittings with 'Hibakusha' - survivors of the Atomic Bomb, Hiroshima City.
11:34mins. Hawkeye Productions © 2013.

PAINTING THE FACES IN JAPAN'S CROWDED CITIES - CARL RANDALL
BBC World Service: World Update.
Japan has been the focus of many a photographer but very few artists - at least foreign ones. Carl Randall is a British figurative artist who wanted to know more about this island nation that had piqued his interest. Bursaries allowed him to spend several years in Japan, sketching, painting and drawing thousands of people - in crowds, on trains, in shops and at play - in his bold and distinctive style. He spoke to Dan Damon about his art and the people depicted in it.
2:03mins. BBC © 2016.

JAPAN PORTRAITS - CARL RANDALL
Documentary about artist Carl Randall's 'London Portraits', a series of fifteen paintings of people who have contributed to British culture and society. Each sitter was asked to choose a location in London for the background of their portrait. Participants include: Newscaster Jon Snow, Comedienne Jo Brand, Animator Nick Park, Author/Illustrator Raymond Briggs, Novelist David Mitchell, Actress Katie Leung, Illustrator Dave McKean, Poet Benjamin Zephaniah, Movie producer Jeremy Thomas, Film-maker Julien Temple, Poet Simon Armitage, Dancer Akram Khan, Zoologist Desmond Morris, Actress Julie Walters, Actor Sir Antony Sher and Director of the Royal Shakespeare Company Greg Doran.
11:04mins. Hawkeye Productions © 2016.