Animator. Editor. Visual effects artist. Model maker.
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
Vivien is experienced as an assistant editor for drama/documentary, an animatic editor for animation and in visual effects as a lead compositor. She is also skilled in storyboarding with a strong background in continuity and experience visualising complex sequences in After Effects.
Other professional experience includes directing and editing web promo and behind the scenes content, including for the ABC.
Parallel to her production work Vivien has directed and produced independent 2D and stop motion animation including "A Girl Needs A Bike" which screened at twenty international film festivals including Melbourne International Animation Festival. She has an MA from the Royal College of Art, London (2019) and experience developing AR and VR experiences.
Kingston Beach TAS, Australia
I have worked as a Scenic in the Film & Television Industry for close to a decade. During this time I have worked on multiple high budget feature films, television series and TVC's. I am motivated to produce high-grade paint finishes and thorough detail for cinematic aesthetics.
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
Is a gofer that has worked on small to large scale productions.
Occasionally does drawings and animates them.
52 Gillams Lane, Sheffield TAS, Australia
I studied a Bachelor of Film, Screen and Media Production At Griffith University and quickly fell into Art Department rolls. I have a very extensive set of artistic skills, and can pick up new techniques very quickly. Since University, I have worked on short films creating sets, props and costumes from scratch on very limited budgets. I'm able to problem solve and find clever ways of creating things to the highest standard on a low budget because of this experience.
I was an in house Production Designer for all projects run by Humdrum comedy, who's works were aired on Virgin Australia.
I've worked for varies production houses in Queensland on commercial projects. I was valued by their teams as the 'prop wizard' as someone who could take the most outlandish briefs and turn it into a reality in a very tight turnaround. I'm constantly expanding my skills in my own time. Following courses online at Stan Winston School of Character Arts. I have a passion for sculpture, miniature modelling, prop creation, armour armour making and unique set design.
Editor, Animator and Producer
Lenah Valley, Tasmania, Australia
Zane Pinner is the Editor of four animated television series by Blue Rocket Productions - Pixel Pinkie (26 Episodes, Season 2), Mega Bites (6 Episodes), Fanshaw and Crudnut (52 Episodes), Dumbotz ( 52 episodes) - and the telemovie Attack of the Slug Santas (2016). He was also Animatics Editor of Pixel Pinkie Season 1.
His original screenplay The Cyclone Engine (Feature - animation) received development funding from Screen Tasmania and was developed with Keith Thompson of Goalpost Pictures. He has also published two novels and was a finalist in the 2001 Dymock's Young Australian Author of the Year.
Zane has appeared as an actor in a range of international screen productions including The Kettering Incident , Exile in Hell, Darwin: The voyage that shook the world and Arctic Blast along with many local short films and television commercials.
Zane's company Studio Luck Dragon has produced over 300 television commercials and 500 radio commercials for local, national and international clients along with music videos, Explainers, ident animations and foreign language edits. Our clients include Freedman International, EA Games, 360 Degree Marketing, Resilience Marketing, Hobart City Mission, The Career Training Institute amongst many others.