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Hello! I am a 3D Animator who is always eager to learn and develop my creative skills to push my animation further with new tips and tools I discover. My passion for animation comes mainly from my love of story telling and bringing ideas to life. As a creative individual, I use my photography to observe and draw inspiration from my surroundings. After graduating, I would love to start my career as a Junior Animator and begin my first steps into the exciting animation industry.
GET TO KNOW LIAM
Describe yourself in 5 words.
Adaptable, observant, imaginative, bubbly and a team-player.
What hobbies do you have?
My main hobby would be photography, where I enjoy exploring different places and finding unique people and perspectives to capture. I also train in Karate, and used to compete in trampolining, which has given me a greater understanding of body mechanics and how the body works.
What job position would excite you the most to start your career with?
Starting as a Junior Animator would be a great way to begin my journey into the animation industry as it will give me a chance to apply the skills I have learnt while at Escape Studios, alongside gaining the experience I need to progress and develop my skills even further.
Tell us an achievement you're proud of.
I was the Animation Lead on our final group project 'Threaded Together'. With an ambitious 56 shots, communication was key in order for us to finish but we were able to pull it off thanks to the teams hard work. Finishing my time at Escape Studios with such a great team was an amazing experience and I am proud of what we were able to achieve.
Would you rather be a wizard, jedi or superhero and why?
I would have to say Jedi, because of their patience and inner calm, something you definitely need as an Animator. As the peacekeepers of the galaxy, I feel I can relate, especially when it comes to group projects. Plus, who wouldn't love a lightsaber.
Describe your favourite animated sequence.
Although it sounds a little cliché, I absolutely love the opening to 'Up'. With a story strong enough to be its own short film, it packs such an emotional punch without a single word spoken. It really grabs the audience from the start and puts them on an emotional rollercoaster. Every time I watch it, I get that lump in my throat.
What was your crowning moment of your time at Escape?
I think my crowning moment at Escape Studios was being the Animation Lead on 'Threaded Together' and completing all 56 shots. We were ambitious with our shots as it was our last project, and working with a great team, I couldn't think of a better way to end my time at Escape Studios!
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