|Animation Producer Steve Burch|
Steve, who has worked on animation classics such as The Iron Giant, Space Jam, and Osmosis Jones, is an experienced producer with a long list of industry credits.
Producing animation is an increasingly important part of what we teach at Escape Studios, as our students collaborate on short film projects, entering festivals and winning awards.
our 2nd year undergraduates are currently working on the Studio Project Module PR5001, where students collaborate to work together on group projects. This module is the culmination of the second year of study at Escape Studios.
The module is divided up into two projects, of which the first has already been completed. The finished films are now being entered into film festivals.
PR5001 Student films 2020
About Steve Burch
Steve Burch started out in the animation industry as an effects artist, working on hits such as The Iron Giant, and later moving into production. You can see his extensive list of film credits at IMDB.
Steve will be joining us on Monday morning via Google Hangouts and Syncsketch, offering an industry perspective on the student films, which are currently on the cusp between pre-production and production, moving from storyboards and 3D layout into animation. The deadline is Wednesday May 20th.
To learn more about the business of producing animation, read this account of one of Steve's Producing Workshops here.
Producing and Freelancing
To see other posts about producing and freelancing, see the links below:
- Maya Indie License for Freelancers
- Seven Rules to Start Your Own Animation Business
- 16 Rules of Animation Freelancing
- How to Invoice a Client
- Eight Rules to Survive as a Freelance Animator
- Sole Trader -vs- Limited Company - which is best?
- Questions for your Client on Your First Freelance Job
The Escape Studios Animation Blog offers a personal view on the art of animation and visual effects. To apply for our BA/MArt in 3D Animation, follow this link. To apply for our storyboarding evening class, visit this page here. For the next 12 week animation course, click here.