We are delighted to welcome award winning director, designer and animator Joe Donaldson to our roster across London, New York and Amsterdam. His beautiful approach to story telling through design–driven animation is reflected in his recent work for Seneca College, New York Times, Morris Grassfed and To This Day Project. Joe resides in Brooklyn where you can find him hanging with his 2 cats, or cruising round the city on his BMX. He also writes for Motionographer.
Stretching over 590 acres, the Panteón de Dolores is Mexico’s largest cemetery, and contains over 700,000 tombs, gravestones, and sculptures. With all of those slabs of granite and marble around, the Mexico City animation collective Llama Rada got to thinking: “What if we use the tombstones of the cemetery as screens to project a vibrant, living cartoon?”
Behind the scenes of our charming short film “Times the Charm’ for John Lobb directed by Steve Scott. The film follows a John Lobb customer through hazy summer days and was completely designed and produced out of the NTS studio in Soho.