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Skwigly Podcast: Felix Massie (Nexus/Aardman/Arthur Cox)

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In the latest episode of the Skwigly Animation Podcast we welcome award-winning animator Felix Massie. Following a string of highly-regarded projects for Arthur Cox and Aardman, Felix presently works at Nexus as an animator and director where he made his most recent short In The Air is Christopher Gray as well as the upcoming interactive project Rain or Shine for Google ATAP’s Spotlight Stories series.

Following the early viral success of his animation channel I Can’t Colour In, Felix has accrued an impressive body of commercial work and short films including Keith Reynolds Can’t Make It Tonight (2007), The Surprise Demise of Francis Cooper’s Mother (2008) and The Ongoing Life of Peter Peel: Can, Can, Can’t (2010). He has also recently had his illustrated children’s book Terry Perkins and his Upside-Down Frown published through Frances Lincoln.

Stream the latest episode below or direct download here.

To catch up on the podcast so far be sure to visit the Podcasts section of the site and, so as not to miss out on any future episodes, you can subscribe on iTunes!

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