Friday, November 28, 2008

Too Art For TV


I'm having some work shown at the excellent "Too Art For TV" exhibition held at Erebuni, 158 Roebling Street, Williamsburg, New York.The opening is a week today (6-9pm 5th Dec)and the exhibition runs from 5th until the 15th Dec. The idea is to show work by industry animators who do art on the side:
"Erebuni is pleased to present Too Art for TV 3, the third annual group exhibition showcasing the fine art expressions of the animation industry. Twice before, this show has drawn in excited, elbow-to-elbow crowds of artists, illustrators, filmmakers, animators, and fans of animation. This year’s exhibit, now the biggest one in Too Art for TV’s history, features 36 artists who- by way of toys, prints, paintings, sculptures, and experimental film- will set free their skills otherwise "owned" by television networks bosses."
If you're in town please check it out. You can see from the website that there'll be lots of exciting stuff to see, made by people far more talented and interesting than myself.

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I have been working in the CGI industry for 11 years. Studied Animation at the West Surrey College of Arts and Design (now UCA) and have had work shown at the London Film Festival. I work for Bristol based BDH Design and Direction and have worked on programs such as the BBC’s forthcoming “The Rise of the Continents”,  “British Style Genius” (winner of an RTS), "Wonders of the Universe" and also “The Boy with the Incredible Brain”. 

In my spare time (!), I experiment with animation, and recently kept an Animated Journal.

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