Snr. Creative and Snr. 3D Artist
I loved every minute working for Spaghetti.TV. A Great team with every potential. All the best to you.
Middle Weight 3D Animator
I loved my time at Luma - a great company, full of professionals and experts in their various fields of expertise. I learnt allot and gained much experience, as well as great and lasting relationships.
Middle Weight Animator
Learnt allot from the 'gang' at Luma, worked in Lightwave 3D and After Effects Unfortunately iX Media Animation dissolved as a result of a tough market.
iKusasa Animation and Design
Lead Animator and Director/Partner
Myself and 2 work colleagues started and formed the company iKusasa, a word from the Zulu language, meaning the future. We started the company as a result of retrenchment from our first jobs in the advertising 'arena.' Our company lived for a single year before merging with the then iX Media.
Jnr 3D Animator
My first job as an Animator, right out of College - allot of self growth and perseverance as an animator, as Sesalos was a newly formed company offering everything but the kitchen sink. I was retrenched based on yet more hard times within an ever toughening market.
1 Year Animation Diploma
After seeing the movie "Finding Nemo" I decided to leave Graphic Design, and pursue my ideologies of trying to breathe life into the characters I drew. I learnt Lightwave 3D, and at the end of the year, I was employed as a jnr. Animator at Sesalos, straight out of college.
3 Year Diploma in Graphic Design
I studied Graphic Design for 3 years, 4 if you count re-writing History of Art " I was never really any good at the theory side of things." I learnt allot about myself and my capabilities as an artist and as a designer. Design was never going to my full time passion as I found it too structured. I wanted to bring my drawings to life, thus I became an Animator.
I was a boarder at Falcon College - some of the best years of my life. My time at Falcon College made me who I am today. I learnt sincerity and passion for the arts. I always looked at life as a boarder as though I were painting or drawing a still life - every moment was made the most of . . . good or bad, I focused on all the 'little' details of life at school. What an honor and a privilege it was to attend such a fine school.