Our projects are written, designed and directed by a diverse roster of creatively versatile animation artists. Nurturing their unique approach and vision, we are proud to offer a wide range of styles and techniques.

Acting as a collective, Polynoid has directed and produced award winning short films and commercials, on their own as filmmakers or supported by larger teams of artists. Their body of work encapsulates a unique style in storytelling and pace, creating emotionally driven moments and stories out of opportunities and inspiration they see in the most ordinary, tiniest things.

Regina’s work stands out thanks to her focus on strong storytelling. Her images are clear, abstract and innocent, but rich with soul. Animated films allow her to show a complex problem as a metaphorical, but concrete, character. The endless forms of expression, narration and design style is why animated film is the expression of choice for Regina.

An artist who brings her love for vivid images and emotionally engaging characters into her designs, Helen Choi works multimedium across various industries, including animation, gaming and advertisement. What threads her projects together is her passion for storytelling and creating captivating characters in a beautifully laid out world. She is a Creative at animation studio Woodblock, and Founder of Shape Minds, a mobile game producing collective.

Roman Kaelin is an award-winning director and visual effects artist from Einsiedeln, Switzerland. His shorts were screened worldwide and gained international attention, winning numerous awards, including two VES awards. His diploma film “Wrapped” received the Best Experimental Award at the LA Shorts Fest, best Student Project at Siggraph, the VES Award for Outstanding Visual Effects in a Student Project and was screened at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Tim’s artwork deals with the unseen relationship of shapes, structures and the process of transformation. He has a background in traditional graphic design and his fascination for typography, abstract forms and generative systems affects his approach to motion graphics. His work is also driven by the question of how sound influences movement, and vice versa.

Ismail began his filmmaking career as a supervising digital artist at George Lucas´Industrial Light & Magic. Since 2005 he has been producing and directing advertising internationally.

Bitteschön.tv is an award winning creative studio focused on narration and picture, moving or still. The core team consist of Alexander Gellner and Roland Brückner. They create their signture 2D style out of a studio in the heart of Berlin.

Lucas Zanotto comes from a product and graphic design background. His work has been awarded in different international festivals. He has received a Golden Design Lion in Cannes, Gold at the Promax International, the HAFF, the ITFS and at the Ottawa Animation Film Festival. He loves mixing different medias and exploring new ways of creating animations. The way he combines classic animation and digital media, gives his films an analogue but very modern feel.

Rüdiger is an Amsterdam-based German director for high-end 3D animation projects, which also include live action. He combines a highly detailed, tactile look with bold graphic compositions to create unique, recognizable images. His innovative direction won him various awards including a Cannes Lion in 2013 for Animation, a Best New Director nomination at the British Arrows Craft Awards 2013 and a D&AD nomination in 2014 for Animation.