Kate Anderson: Design
Drawing and illustration
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I graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2002 with an MA in Animation and began my professional career in animation with the production company HSI London, where I worked on a diverse array of animated shorts, music videos and commercials. Since 2012 I have worked independently, expanding my horizons through collaborations with psychologists, documentary film makers, artists working in moving image, and most recently with Ensemble Molière, a group of musicians celebrating French Baroque.

Projects include:

Animated migrant food stories commissioned for 'Room To Breathe', an immersive exhibition at the Migration Museum London. Visit website

Projected backdrops for Ensemble Molière's 'Pygmalion', their bite sized take on Rameau's 17th century opera updated to modern day Paris, for all ages. Visit website

Animated portraits of Jack White and The Edge, created for Davis Guggenheim's acclaimed documentary about guitars 'It Might Get Loud'

The music video for Liz Green's 'Displacement Song', winner of Best Music Video at the British Animation Awards 2012

'Cannabis Beats', a music video unravelling the highs and lows of cannabis use, made with UCL's psychopharmacology team and young people at Music and Change UK. Visit website

'Compassion for Voices' a research film made in collaboration with Kings College London, about the compassionate approach to relating with voices. Visit project website

And lots more.

My short films have screened at the BFI London and in festivals worldwide. I was a jury member for The British Animation Awards 2016 and Czech Republic's Anifest; I have participated in panel discussions at Birds Eye View and Underwire Festivals.

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email: kateandersonjack AT hotmail.com
mobile: +44 (0) 7818 421 754