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DIRECT LINE COMMERCIAL "New For Old"-- Fieldtrip, Animated Red Line.

BP CHEETAH PRESENTATION --Corporate video --Animated Characters --at Polamedia, London UK

Morrison's Ten Pound Bonus --Lighting, Rendering and Tracking --Animated Coin --at Not To Scale London UK

Morrison's Ten Pound Bonus --Animation, Lighting, Rendering and Tracking --Animated Coin --at Not To Scale London UK

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I am a character animator and I have shared my time, over the years, between London UK and Montreal Canada. I have worked on both long running projects such as television series and video games and as a freelance animator on web projects and commercials. Not to Scale, Molinare, Mikros Images Montreal, Glassworks, Sony Music Europe, Atticus Finch, Seed Animation  and Smoke & Mirrors count among the various studios I have worked for, in the past. I have done both character animation and creature animation.


iAnimate Online School of animation


Concordia University, Montreal Canada -- BFA Film Animation


College de Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke Canada -- Certificate in Modern Language and Literature.






Favorite animated film: Disney's Tarzan (Chris Buck, Kevin Lima, 1999), Father and Daughter (Michael Dudok DeWit, 2001), and "Next" (Barry Purves, 1990)


Favorite quote from a movie: "I can't possibly overstate the importance of good research. Everyone goes through life dropping crumbs. If you can recognize the crumbs, you can trace a path all the way back from your death certificate to the dinner and a movie that resulted in you in the first place. But research is an art, not a science, because anyone who knows what they're doing can find the crumbs, the wheres, whats, and whos. The art is in the whys: the ability to read between the crumbs, not to mix metaphors. For every event, there is a cause and effect. For every crime, a motive. And for every motive, a passion. The art of research is the ability to look at the details, and see the passion." Darryl Zero in " The Zero Effect" 1998