I’m sure you’re enjoying the work of Uniform – but it’s always good to know a bit about the company and how it
came together. What better way to do that than to get an interview with the co-founder and Creative Director of
Visualisations Nick Bentley
It’s been a while since we’ve done had an interview, but this one was definitely worth the wait. We’ve managed to grab an interview with James Digby-Jones, who happens to be the executive Creative Director and co-owner of Saddington Baynes.
I know it’s been a while since we’ve done one of these interviews but, let’s just say we’ve been busy. Very busy. Anyway I quite excited with this interview. I don’t know if you saw this amazing video but the team that put this together (Jordi Pagès, Gabor Ekes and MRK) were all remote, how cool is that. Let’s find out how they did it.
It’s pretty tought to get interviews or images from people who work in the games industry, mainly because of embargo and other factors, so I’m really excited to get and interview from Wolf & Crow artists Matt Berenty, David Bokser & Chad Howitt on what they did for this E3 trailer.
It’s that time again where we interview an artists with just 5 questions. The artist we focus on is Jordi Pages, an extremely talented, extremely creative and extremely humble motion graphic artists. We mainly focus on Jordi’s latest film, ‘Ments’ but I’m sure you’ll pick up some useful tips if you read the whole of this interview.
For this interview I am privileged to interview a highly talented, incredibly creative, and possibly the nicest digital artist out there, ELi Guerron. Eli has worked on adverts for clients such as Audi, bug budget films such as Snow White & The Huntsman and now works at Digital Domain. This interview focuses on a short film Eli put together during his spare time called, ‘It Gets Better’. Hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did.