How would you describe what you do? And specifically what you do at Art&Graft?
I am a person who never settles on one style of animation or design – I’d rather keep my curiosity high, and find new ways to explain a narrative visually. Motion design allows me to do this and constantly grow a wide range of skills in an ever-changing industry.
I joined Art&Graft last summer as an intern, and over my three months there, I fell in love with the studio, the work and people in it. The time was great for finding my feet in the company, working on a variety of briefs and contributing to the studio culture.
My current role at the studio is a junior motion designer. This role is perfect for me, as someone who’s very curious about the subject, especially because every project has a new set of challenges from both a creative and technical perspective. Day-to-day I am helping to support on projects from pitches and style frames to 3D animation and compositing; no two days are the same, which keeps the job exciting.
What are the main influences and inspirations behind your work?
The main influences behind my work include the combining of different mediums such as live-action and animation or CG, while keeping my mind open to new styles and techniques. The industry is driven by new developments in technology, which I love.