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A Vancouver based, experienced, award winning 2D / 3D Animator, Motion Designer and Video Editor. Originally from Yorkshire (UK), I have over 9 years of industry experience working in the; Advertising, TV and Gaming sectors. I have worked with a variety of clients including: BBC Sports, EA, Sony Playstation, Hyundai, JD Sports, Saucy Fish, Brother and many others. I love bringing brands / designs to life and collaborating with other talented designers.

Services We Provide (5)

Graphic DesignAdvertisingBranding/PositioningVideo ProductionSocial Media Marketing

Business Overview

Small, Medium, Enterprise

B2B

International

1–5

Technologies We Support (2)

Adobe Creative SuiteAdobe Premier

Industry Expertise (6)

Business ServicesEntertainmentFood/BeverageRetailSportsStartups

What Makes Us Different?

A Vancouver based, experienced, award winning 2D / 3D Animator, Motion Designer and Video Editor.

Originally from Yorkshire, I have over 9 years of industry experience working in the; Advertising, TV and Gaming sectors. I have worked with a variety of clients including: BBC Sports, EA, Sony Playstation, Hyundai, JD Sports, Saucy Fish, Brother and many others.

I've worked with many design studios worldwide and love collaborating to bring brands and designs to life! Do you have some cool design that you want to bring to life? An idea? Or even just need a helping pair of hands to help get the project over the line? Please do get in touch and I'll see how I can help and cator for yur timelines. I pride myself in helping bring narrative to a piece of content and really help tell the story behind your product / brand in the time we have your audiences attention.

Thanks for taking the time to check out what I can offer and I look forward to hearing from you soon. I love putting faces to names too, so if you fancy meeting locally to discuss the project in person that's not a problem.

Cheers,

Steve