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Welcome to AIP, the Animation Industry Podcast! Here you'll find interviews from today's top leadaers in the animation industry on topics like: *the best way to pitch a show *how to successfully market your work online *what kind of skills will get your dream job *and more! Who's running this podcast? My name is Terry, and I'm a stop motion animator. I'm soaking up as much knowledge about the animation industry as I can, and sharing what I learn along the way. For more information about this ...
 
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This chat features four stop motion animators, Stephen Belford, Anna Harestad, Heather Little, and Tawny Therrien, who were part of the 11-person team who created Cantastoria, an award-winning stop motion film produced at Sheridan College during the pandemic. Together, they share the challenges of producing a stop motion film remotely, as well as s…
 
This chat features Chris Rodgers, who is a stop motion animator living and building a studio in South Korea. Over the years Rodgers has worked on projects for Frederator, The Lego Movie, and Big 5, a South Korean children’s program.Tune in to Ibele and Rodgers to hear:*What opportunity made Rodgers pack up his bags in the USA and pursue stop motion…
 
This chat is with 2D animator and storyboard artist Grahaeme Cowie, who is most recently known for his short film, “Everything is Going to Be Okay.” Cowie’s skills have been sought after by animation powerhouses like WildBrain and Titmouse and in this chat he shares how he worked his way up to animation supervisor, then threw that all away to start…
 
This chat is with Karen and Bill Drastal, the co-founders behind the Chubby Beagle animation studio. Karen and Bill are both seasoned animators, having worked in 2D, production, storyboarding, and directing with companies like Google, Bento Box, and Warner Brothers. In this chat they also share how they came to work on the first ever drag queen sup…
 
This chat features Luis Ribeiro, who is currently a Partner and Executive Producer at LOBO, the creative design, 2D, 3D, and stop motion animation studio based out of São Paulo and New York. Over the years Ribeiro has worked with brands like Coca-Cola, Disney, and 7Up and in this chat he shares his journey from Brazil to the USA and how he prioriti…
 
This episode features Karen Disher, who was the first female Director and Story Artist at Blue Sky Studios where she worked on Robots, Ice Age: Dawn on the Dinosaurs, and Ferdinand. Currently she is the Creative Director in Development at Spire where she’s working on their new feature film. In this chat she’s going to share how she got her start, w…
 
This episode features stop motion animator Jace Wertz, who quit his job in retail to pursue his dreams of becoming a professional filmmaker. Since then he’s set up a complete studio in his home and has gone on to become a stop motion animator, cg animator, editor, director, audio wizard, and more. In fact, he was recently featured in a WEDU Arts Pl…
 
This episode features London-based 2D animator Jeremy Nixon of Instagram and TikTok Fame. Over the years Jeremy has worked with brands like Amazon Prime, Dell, and Modern Wolf to create animated loops, music videos, and game trailers. In this chat Nixon shares his climb to social media fame and his strategy to make it as an independent animator. Tu…
 
This episode features independent stop motion animator D.M. Galloway, who animates action figures for a living. Over the years he’s worked with brands like TMNT, Iron Man, Halo, and Captain America, and in this chat he’s going to share where it all began.Tune in to Ibele and Galloway to hear:*How Galloway grew a following of over 100K subscribers o…
 
This episode features Spanish illustrator and 2D/stop motion animator Alba Medinyà, who in 2018 decided to leave Spain and pursue an animation career in Canada. In this chat, she details the entire process from leaving Europe, finding stop motion animation work in Canada, and then her ultimate decision to move back to Spain in 2021.Tune in to Ibele…
 
This episode features artist and animator (and Danny Phantom fan art enthusiast) Christian Haynes. In this chat, Haynes shares his journey to get his own original series, Zack in Time, off the ground.Tune in to Ibele and Haynes to hear:*How Haynes assembled a team to work on Zack in Time*Hayne’s thoughts on animation school vs learning on your own*…
 
This episode features Toronto and New York based stop motion animator and filmmaker Chelsea Lee. In the past Lee has worked with brands like Bank of America, Hennessy, and Pinterest, and also productions like Ultra City Smiths, and Benny’s Mini World. In this chat Lee shares her journey from professional dancer into the art of animation.Tune in to …
 
This episode features animator, artist, and director, Laurie Rowan, who is renowned for his quirky, loopy, and cute 3D animation style. Over the years clients like Google, the BBC, MTV, and others have commissioned custom pieces from Rowan. He’s also racked up numerous accolades including a Children’s Bafta win, a Lovie Award, and the super-coveted…
 
This chat features puppet, set, and prop fabricator, stop motion animator, and super cool cosplay artist, Meaghan Hettler. In their chat, Hettler shares how she trained as a puppet fabricator, how she got her first paid gig, and how she continues to pursue her dream career of making crafts for a living.Tune in to Ibele and Hettler to hear:*What mad…
 
This episode features animator, writer, producer, development executive and currently the Chief Content Officer at Ottawa-based Mercury Filmworks, Heath Kenny. His current role at Mercury sees him managing the development team and heads up their content strategy, but in the past he’s worked on projects like Robot Boy, the Gorillaz music videos, and…
 
Check out the Hello Stop Mo Podcast: https://animationwildcard.com/hellostopmoThis episode features Moroccan self-taught 3D animator, Ayoub Moulakhnif who teaches at AnimSchool and works as a character animator at Axis Studios. In their chat Moulakhnif shares what the animation industry is like in Morocco, including what opportunities exist, how to…
 
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Enter to win 1 of 2 CLIP STUDIO PAINT EX licenses here:https://forms.gle/3HRUZaKNChjw58vv7Check out Clip Studio Paint here:https://www.clipstudio.net/en?utm_source=web&utm_medium=banner&utm_campaign=terryibelle_podcast&utm_id=220301This episode features Derek Gerber, who is the Senior Vice President of Explainy, which makes animated explainer video…
 
This episode features UK stop motion animator and producer, James Kerr, who dropped out of university to start his own stop motion animation studio called Kerrupt Animation. Twenty years later, Kerrupt Animation is still going strong, having worked with clients like Paw Patrol, Teletubbies, Polly Pocket, and more. James' story is one of perseveranc…
 
This episode features Vince Commisso, founder of 9 Story Media Group, Canada’s #1 producer and distributor of children’s content. In their chat, Commisso shares his journey from leaving Nelvana to produce his first show, Peep in the Big Wide World. Since then he has employed a unique strategy to help 9 Story grow to over 1,100 employees today, prod…
 
This episode is with Memphis, Tennessee artist Twight, an aspiring animator who shares his “eureka moment” that propelled him to pursue a career in animation. In this chat he covers what he’s doing to pick up the necessary skills in animation, storyboarding, script writing, and character design on his own, as well as his process to create an indepe…
 
This episode features 2D Character Animator, Rachel Gitlevich who also headed up the unionization of Titmouse New York. In this chat Gitlevich shares the history of unionizing animation and how it came to be at Titmouse as well as resources and information for others interested in unionizing their animation workplace. Besides all this, Gitlevich ha…
 
This episode features Toronto animator Ali Kellner who does a little bit of everything in the industry. She’s a storyboard artist, writer, animator, director, and show creator. In this chat Ali focuses on how she turned her original show idea, Melrose Middle School, into a multiple festival competition winning pitch.You'll also learn:*The five cruc…
 
This episode features Adam Rosenberg who is a filmmaker, director, editor, and animator living in Colorado. He’s directed and animated on dozens of music videos, commercials, and short films, in fact his work has screened at nearly 100 festivals worldwide. His current project, Alphabetical Athleticalz just might be the most ambitious pixilation the…
 
This episode features animation Executive Producer Alex Plapinger. Recently Plapinger produced a series of shorts for FXX’s Cake including Swan Boy, The Beings, and The Dream. In the past Plapinger has worked on a number of projects for both television and short film including Water Bear, Desert Island, All Star Party, Plankton, and Piggy. In this …
 
This episode features Stop Motion Animator William Allinson and how he’s built his career in Toronto. Allison has animated on projects like New Math, Dad Fight, Canadian Tire spots, and Ultra City Smiths. You'll also learn:*How Bill has survived as an independent animator in Toronto*What Bill has learned about self-promo to pick up new gigs*Bill's …
 
This episode features Toronto stop motion animator Isaac King who shares how he established himself in Toronto and has been able to produce multiple award winning short films.You’ll also learn:*Isaac’s formula for festival success*The unique (and new??) type of animation Isaac is pursuing an MFA in*How to apply to government art grants in Canada~[S…
 
This chat features comic artist, writer, actor, producer, and comedian, Branson Reese who shares how he turned his comic Swanboy into an animated series for FXX’s Cake. You’ll also learn:*How to self publish and put yourself out there*Branson’s top tips when pitching to industry producers*The role social media has played into his success as an arti…
 
This episode features Reza Farazmand, creator of the popular webcomic Poorly Drawn Lines. In this chat Reza shares how he was able to pitch and produce Poorly Drawn Lines into an animated series as part of FXX’s Cake.You’ll also learn:*How Reza is able to sustain himself entirely from his webcomic*The secret formula to creating a relatable, lasting…
 
This episode features CG Animator Brian Kouhi, who shares how he’s worked on projects like Maya and the Three, Abby Hatcher, and Paw Patrol. Besides this, he also runs a popular YouTube tutorial channel called 3D Animation Hub, and he’s launching a Blender learning platform called TOAnimate.ca.You’ll also learn:*How to manage your finances as an an…
 
This episode features award-winning multi-instrumentalist composer, arranger and songwriter, Kevin Smithers, who composed the score for the upcoming HBO, Mexican stop motion animation television series Frankelda. Besides Frankelda, Kevin has also worked on Mira, Royal Detective, Victor and Valentina, and Monster Island.You'll also learn:*How Kevin …
 
This episode features the dynamic editing duo, Lawrence Gan and Ernesto Matamoros-Cox who recently finished up work on the Netflix animated series Arcane. Gan previously edited on Space Jam 2, and has worked on numerous projects for Warner Bros, Paramount, and Disney. Matamoros-Cox has worked on DreamWorks’ TV series Dragons: Defends of Berk, the N…
 
This episode features Brazilian Stop Motion Animator Samu Mariani who shares what the stop motion industry is like in Brazil and how he ended up working on the award-winning feature film Bob Spit - We Do Not Like People.Tune in to Ibele and Mariani to hear:*Which animation festivals to stay connected with in South America*How to become a profession…
 
This chat features Kyla Atlas, a Toronto-based stop motion animator who is also the co-founder of See You On the Moon animation studio. Atlas shares her journey into stop motion, what it’s like running her own business, and how she got to work on Ultra City Smiths at the new Stoopid Buddy Stoodios in Toronto. And as a bonus, Nicole Honderich, my fo…
 
This chat is with Netflix Story Artist Austin Faber, who shares his journey from making comics in community college to ending up at Disney and then Netflix.You’ll also learn:*What it was like being a black student in a predominately white animation school*The unusual method that pushed Austin to excel in storyboarding.*How Austin got hired at Netfl…
 
This episode features Aaron Augenblick, animator, producer, director, and founder of Brooklyn-based Augenblick Studios who shares how he founded his studio and built up his client base.You’ll also learn:How Aaron keeps the studio fresh after 22 years of businessThe unique post-pandemic culture Aaron is building at his studioHow Aaron picked up Teen…
 
This chat features stop motion animator Cristal Buemi who shares her journey into creating her career in Toronto. Throughout her career, she’s worked on projects like Below Her Mouth, Party for One, Ultra City Smiths, and Gaea.You’ll also learn:*How Cristal made the right connections to work on Ultra City Smiths*5 top tips to avoid injuries on the …
 
This episode features Director/Producer Ryan Crego who created the Netflix 2D animated feature film Arlo the Alligator Boy. In this chat Ryan shares his journey from story artist at Dreamworks to getting to create his own film at Netflix.You’ll also learn:*3 great tips to avoid burnout in animation*Ryan’s underlying motivation that leads him to new…
 
This episode features stop motion animator Laura Tofarides, who is known for her work on Isle of Dogs, Early Man, Love Death + Robots, Robin Robin, and Kiri & Lou. In this chat, Laura shares how she went from a Runner on Chuck Steel and everything she did in between to become a super stellar, full-time stop motion animator.You’ll also learn:*What y…
 
This chat features Stop Motion Animator Lindsay Berkebile. Lindsay’s ten-year career has spanned commercials, televisions, and more recently feature film as she is now animating on Henry Selick’s Wendell and Wild.Tune in to Ibele and Berkebile to hear:*How Berkebile got her start in stop motion*The number one thing Berkebile did to move from TV to …
 
This chat features Greg Franklin, Co-Founder and Creative Director at Six Point Harness Studios. Throughout his 20-year career in animation, Franklin has worked on many award-winning projects including the Oscar-winning Hair Love, Guava Island, and Cosmos with Neil Degrasse Tyson. In this chat, he shares what it was like founding a studio and keepi…
 
This chat features senior character animator Justin Weg who shares his journey into CG character animation. Justin has worked on films like Rio, Spies in Disguise, The Peanut’s Movie, and Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs. He is also a teacher at Animschool, teaching class 5 on character performance, and on the side he is a stop motion hobbyist.You'll…
 
This episode features Story Arist Keith Baxter and Music Composer Greg Sims. Keith has worked as a director, songwriter, character designer, 2D and 3D animator, and story artist on previous projects like Flushed Away and The Croods. Greg has worked in television on Oprah and Dr. Oz as well as animated film like The Lion of Judah. In this chat they …
 
This episode features Create Director of Spire Studios, Ted Mathot. Mathot spent over 20 years as a story artist at Pixar working on some of their biggest films like The Incredibles, Cars, Ratatouille, and Wall-E. In this chat, he shares everything he’s learned to make compelling stories audiences eat up.You’ll also learn:*The book Mathot read that…
 
This episode features Marty Cooper, a feature storyboard artist turned social media animator. Over the years Marty has created pieces for Wendys, Nike, Will Smith, Rick and Morty, and even the Biden 2020 Campaign. In this chat he shares his journey from full-time studio work, to building up his career as a freelance animator through social media.Yo…
 
This episode features animator and Ataboy Studios owner, Vikkal Parikh. Originally Parikh pursued a career as an architect in India, but realized working in the animation industry would be much more fulfilling. So, in the early 2000s he decided to make the switch and applied to SCAD. In this chat, Parikh shares the challenges of making the journey …
 
This episode features veteran Disney animator and current Creative Director of Story and Animation at Spire Animation Studios, Michael Surrey. In this chat, Surrey shares how he got his big break at Disney in the 90s, how he worked his way up the animation ranks, and what he learned about pursuing a lasting and fulfilling career in animation withou…
 
This episode features Egyptian stop motion animator dina Amin, who reveals how quitting her job and deconstructing appliances led to a full time career in stop motion.You’ll also learn:*How to make it as a stop motion animator in Egypt*What you need to give up to truly follow something you love*What dina does to get new client work~[Sponsored Messa…
 
This episode features Shawn Krause, the Creative Director of Animation and Story at Spire Studios. Krause brings with him more than two decades of experience working as an animator and animation supervisor at Pixar, which he shares in this chat.You'll also learn:*Why Pixar hired him only one year into CalArts*The number one piece of advice Krause g…
 
This episode features writer, director, and VFX/Animation Production Manager Wahid Ibn Reza. Originally from Bangladesh, Reza became an accomplished actor before deciding to give up everything to pursue a film career in Vancouver, Canada. In this chat, Reza shares the impact that decision had and the unheard-of risks he took that led to big career …
 
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