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Oliver Keane

Oliver Keane

  • United States
  • Member since 2018

I'm a award winning freelance motion designer/animator from Galway/Cork Ireland. I moved to the UK in 2011, where I have met and worked with some amazing people and companies/brands including Territory Studio, Manchester City F.C, News UK, Samsung, Disney, Windows and Sky. I have had the privilege of honing my skills across many different disciplines including motion graphics, 3D, animation, graphic design, Illustration and video editing. I have a solid 9 years of experience working in the design industry - I have loved every minute of it!

I have recently moved to New York City where I have been freelancing for multiple companies such as JKR, Byte, Glow and Wall Street Journal.

Inspiration:

I am a firm believer in natural motion, taking inspiration from my surroundings everyday. Even just from going to the park and seeing a leaf fall, I am inspired to film the natural falling motion of the leaf and recreate and incorporate that into into my work. One of my favourite books is The Animators Survival Kit by Richard Williams.

I always go back to this book as it gives me food for thought on how things are animated. I feel that if you truly understand traditional animation, like squash and bounce for example, this will help to develop your skills and improve your work overall. From my perspective, anyone can learn a bit of software and make something visually pleasing enough, but understanding key techniques and building your skills is vital to create beautiful, fluid motion design.

Clients Include:

Samsung, Budweiser, Unilever, Ubisoft, Next, Nescafé, Disney, Microsoft, Mars, AMD, Spotify, Xbox, The Times, Snapchat, Sky, Marvel, Twitter, Manchester City, Natural History Museum and Magnum.

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