Ugly

Direction: Nikita Diakur & Redbear Easterman
Music: Enrica Sciandrone, Cédric Dekowski, Felix Reifenberg
Recording, Mix, Sound Design: Nicolas Martigne, David Kamp / studiokamp
Mastering: Bernd Thurig
Animation Assistance: Gerhard Funk, Phil Maron, Nicolas Trotignon
End Titles: Bastian J. Schiffer
Assets & FX: Ozan Korkut, Chris Lühning, Mitch Martinez from mitchmartinez.com, Julia Merkschien, Hannes Raff
Associate Producer: Amid Amidi
Production Funding Liaison: Karsten Matern
Made with support of 206 backers at kickstart.ugly-film.com,
FFA, Cartoon Brew, Maxon Computer, Insydium ltd, RebusFarm, Google Zync

Guillermo Del Toro Knows “Love is the Answer”

Client: TIFF / Toronto International Film Festival

Production: Polyester Studio
Creative Direction: Jeremy Dimmock
Producer: Robyn Smale
Animation and art: Oliver Dead, Ariel Costa, Yuki Yamada, Kristian Duffy, Sarah Choi, Kaya Horiya
Final compositing and colour correcting: Bob Zagorskis

Music / sound design: Jeff Moberg
Narration: Guillermo Del Toro

Crayona

Design/animation: Aishwarya Sadasivan
Music: Ashwin Srinivas
Voice Over: Kiara R
Faculty Advisor: Kelly Carlton
Special Thanks: MOME Professors, Akhila Johny, Sampreet Kishan, Terra Preston, Kelsey Gloria, Sunny Yazdani, friends, family

“I did what any other dad would do.”

Client: NRMA

Agency: The Monkeys

Production: Mighty Nice
Director: Alex Grigg
Executive Creative Director: Darren Price
Animation: Michael Chen (lead), Bonnie Taylor Forsyth, Tessa Eden, Duncan MacLaren
Composite: John Grist, Federico Martinez
Head of Studio: Jeremy Howdin
Executive Producer: Kim Wildenburg
Senior Producer: Tina Braham
Junior Producer: Diana Angelius

#TakeOnHistory – Wimbledon

Smith and Foulkes’ brought to life a beautifully illustrated and animated journey depicting the evolution of the Wimbledon tennis tournament.

The film shows follows a continuous tennis rally, beginning in 1877 with Spencer Gore through the ages right up to the stars of the present day. As each new era begins, the illustrative style evolves with it, capturing the era and historic details such as radically changing fashions, pony rollers used to keep the courts in prime condition, tv broadcasts, and even the switch to yellow balls.”

Annecy Festival – 100 Years in 100 Seconds

AD AGENCY: F/Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi
CLIENT: Apex-Brasil
TITLE: Cem Anos em Cem Segundos
AIR DATE: 06/02/2018
CHIEF CREATIVE OFFICER: Fabio Fernandes
CREATIVE DIRECTORS: Pedro Padro | Rodrigo Castellari
ARTISTIC DIRECTORS/COPYWRITERS: Mica Moran | Luiz Brodo | Marcelo Almeida
ACCOUNT SERVICES: Saulo Sanchez | Rafael Cappelli | Gabriela Marques | Julia Marquezi | Camila Larroudé
MEDIA SERVICES: Mauricio Almeida | Adriana Roza | Leonardo Sousa
PLANNING: Rita Albuquerque | Quentin Mahe
RTV: Elucieli Nascimento | Fernanda Sousa | Rafael Paes | Victor Alloza
PRODUCTION COMPANY: Vetor Zero

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How Do We Study Living Brains?

Visit ed.ted.com for more info

TED-Ed commissioned me to create an animated film on techniques of neuroimaging; a lesson taught by neurologists Elizabeth Waters and John Borghi. So, how do we see what’s happening in the brain? Let’s find out.

Help support the free education of our youth – patreon.com/teded

For more behind the scenes check out jberk.tv/neuro

Paramount Channel ID’s 2017

TV Spots for the Paramount Channel ID’s

Agency: Viacom
Creative Producer: Donat Aron Ertsey
Art Director & Illustrator: Benjamin Kalaszi
2D Animation: David Dell’Edera, Timea Horvath, Gabor Filkor, Benjamin Kalaszi
3D: David Dell’Edera

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