We all have to start somewhere, and for Milo Targett, that involved plasticine, a video camera and Powerpoint. Today, he’s continuing to pursue both personal and narrative-driven work as a senior creative at London-based animation studio, Animade. But animation wasn’t necessarily an obvious choice for the Kingston Illustration and Animation graduate, who initially experienced a great deal of career-related confusion, due to conflicting interests while growing up. With an experimental approach to learning new software, Milo increasingly incorporates 3D elements within a more traditional 2D way of working. He tells us about maintaining a personal voice while working on commercial client work, and the importance of passion over technical wizardry when starting out.