Cauty's most recent showreel, featuring his work with Russell Brand, on his award nominated debut feature A Royal Hangover, the Most Incredible Thing with the Pet Shop Boys & The Royal Ballet, the Alpari World Match Racing Tour for Sky & CNBC, Lotus, Mazda, EA/Titanfall, Zebrahead, Wretch 32, Thorpe Park, Animal Aid, Waterloo Film Studios, various pro wrestling promotions, people, musicians, animals and other things.
Cauty's critically-acclaimed documentary (82/55min) on the ambivalent alcohol culture of the UK, starring Russell Brand and sacked Government Chief Drugs Advisor Professor David Nutt. A Royal Hangover premiered at Sunscreen International Film Festival, and was nominated in the 'Global Health' competition at the 39th annual Cleveland International Film Festival, being cited by the Huffington Post as "the only documentary on drinking worth watching".
Short film featuring two actors in one location, one seemingly never-ending rambling monologue and a littlw twist. Starring Tony Crocker (Game of Thrones, Harry Potter & The Half Blood Prince), and Ross Williams. Screenplay written by the award-winning Andrew Crawford.
Music video for contemporary classical solo guitarist POM, regarded as somewhat as a 'flamenco Jimmy Hendrix'. 'Deep Shift' was shot in one take, and features no post production whatsoever; everything you see in the video was achieved live. Cauty took inspiration from the live shows of Tool and Nine Inch Nails, exploring the relationship between sound, perception and sight.
45 minute film projection for the full-length contemporary ballet produced by Sadlers Well's Theatre, with BAFTA-award winning animator and video artist Tal Rosner. The film was integrated into the performance, contributing to the narrative with performers seemlessly interacting with the screens, or simply complimenting the score with abstract and often surreal imagery.
The Most Incredible Thing starred Royal Ballet star Ivan Putrov, was directed by Javier De Frutos, and featuring a score composed by World record breaking pop duo the Pet Shop Boys. The film was described as "outstanding" (The Times) and "ingenious" (Variety). Broadcast on BBC4.
The full broadcast is currently not available online, but the embedded video showcases some of the visuals created.
'Nudist Priest' is the official music video for Californian punk rockers Zebrahead (Sony BMG/Rude Records), from the band's 8th studio album, 'Get Nice!'. The video for the comically-titled track, was sponsored by the World's biggest online independent music channel BlankTV, and was crowd-funded through IndieGoGo.com. Broadcast in Europe & Japan.
The 2013 installment of the Alpari World Match Racing Tour, the World's premiere professional touring sailing series, held in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea, and just one example of Cauty's work on the tour. The long-running programme picked up an award for 'Best Live Coverage' at the Royal Television Society Awards 2012.
Broadcast on Sky Sports, CNBC, Eurosport (52/26min/various web).
One of a series of commissions for WrestleTalk TV on Challenge (Sky Plc), after the critical success of Cauty's debut documentary Hard Knocks, which featured WWE superstars such as The Straight-Edge Saviour CM Punk, 'The Hardcore Legend' Mick Foley, Al Snow, Hardcore Holly & D'Lo Brown. Featuring music by Nine Inch Nails.
Broadcast on Challenge.
Another in a series of commissions for classical solo guitarist POM, this time exploring the relationship between music and movement, through the use of martial arts.