Nina Needs To Go - DIY - Dad's favourite storeDirect Link
The Worlds Largest Lesson
World’s Largest Lesson - for Project Everyone
Written by Ken Robinson to promote the Global Goals for Sustainable Development to school aged children around the world.
Directed by Sarah Cox for Aardman Animations.
Narrator Cariad Lloyd
The Coronation Procession of Anne Boleyn
This is a film we made for Aardman and the Historic Royal Palaces. It was screened in 360 in a tent in the moat of the Tower of London 24th - 26th May 2014. It was created using drawings from the children of the Shapla School in Tower Hamlets and Special Effects by young people from the Renaissance Foundation. It was directed by Sarah Cox, designed by Emma Lazenby and animated by Lucy Izzard and Mara Fradella.
Nina Needs To Go - WATERPARK - Biggest WaterslideDirect Link
Nina Needs To Go - MALL - Closed for cleaningDirect Link
Charlotte Wadsworth graduated from University College Falmouth in 2010 with a degree in Digital Animation. Whilst doing her degree she realized that being in production would be the perfect job role for her as she was very bossy and organised! Towards the end of her degree she was offered an internship at Spider Eye, an animation company based in St. Just in deepest darkest Cornwall. She started of as a production assistant, and after the internship was up she was offered a job. Her first job was managing all the pre-production for the third series of Horrid Henry (CITV). She went onto work as a production coordinator on the second season of Jungle Junction (Disney Junior) and after a year of being at Spider Eye she was promoted to assistant producer. As assistant producer for the studio- she stayed on for a further two years. In this time she helped manage the studio, in house pilots, a short film, service work, and was also assistant producer for the Moshi Monster Movie – The Great Moshling Egg (Mind Candy). After three years at Spider Eye, she felt like she needed a change of scenery. She moved to Bristol in August 2013 to start a new job at ArthurCox, where she managed a production called Nina Needs To Go (Disney Junior). She was then offered to job of studio manager – where she still works now part time. Alongside being studio manager, she works as a freelance event coordinator. Charlotte would one day like to have her own studio, but until then she is busy learning as much as she can about animation production