Resume


BILL EDE

APT 3 -729 – 14th AVENUE EAST
VANCOUVER, B.C.
CANADA V5T 2N3
(778) 997 5614
Ca66Bill@Vfs.com




PROFFESIONAL EXPERIENCE
2009

Nickalodeon Open Mic Project
Character design pitch -
My Cousin Roody

Classic Car Wash Sandwich board logo

2008 - 2009

Glen Kennedy Animation/ Fat Cat Studio
Show: Three Delivery
Animator - Traditional animation using Flash 8 and a Cintiq tablet.

Glen Kennedy Animation
Character Designer

Trick 17 Stop motion competition
Team: By the beard of Moose
Story, Story boarding, Animation.

Silence is Golden - Neil Every
Production board artist/ Concept artist/ Illustrations

International Rocket Ship - Marv Newland
Mystery at Swan Lake
- Clean up Artist
- Inbetween artist

Narooz- Big Bad Boo - Glen Kennedy
Mixed Nuts-
Episodes: 11 and 12 (Animator in Toon Boom Harmony)

Magpie Entertainment - Jeffrey Mueller
1)Littoral Views:
Animator,Layout artist, Clean up artist, character designer, storyboard and leica reel timing.
2)Come and get it:
Character Designer
Background concept artist

Tribal/ DDB: Bc Hydro
Illustrator:
Production board artist

Lovin' Arms - The Wood Brothers
(Student Music Video)
Animator, Background artist, Character designer, Story development,

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EDUCATION
HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA - GRADUATED 2004

FURTHER EDUCATION: VANCOUVER FILM SCHOOL
3RD FLOOR - 1380 BURRARD STREET
VANCOUVER, B.C.
CANADA V6B 2V5



Diploma in Foundation Visual Art & Design August 2005 - August 2006
 Graduated

This program combined traditional theories of arts education with training in modern visual media such as film, animation, and digital technologies.

Classes Included:

Digital Media, Life Drawing, 2D Design, Flash Lens-Based Media, Sequential Media, Art, Design & Media History, Written Communication, Acting, Intro to Animation, Sound Design, Cine and Location Sound, XHTML Authoring, Art Direction, Story Development, Editing, Directing, Animation, Drawing, & Anatomy, Character Design, Maya Animation, Web Publishing, Interface Design, Fine Art, Communication Design




Classical Animation January 2007 - December 2007
 Graduated

Learning the cornerstones of animation technique - drawing, storyboarding, layout, background and character design gaining a thorough understanding of physical motion, weight and balance, and the different properties of texture and form.

The Classical Animation program taught the entire animation process, from developing a concept to delivering a finished product. Learning to transform ideas into stories by working creatively with writers, directors, producers, actors, and sound designers. In addition to studying the cornerstones of animation, working with the latest technologies such as Toon Boom Opus, Flash, Photoshop, and After Effects.

Classes included:
Film Theory, History of Animation, Life Drawing, Character Design, Clean-Up, Composition, Layout, Perspective, Story Concept, Animation, Animation Assist, Camera Technique, Doping Fundamentals, Background Design, Storyboarding, Effects Animation, Colour Theory, Doping & Slugging, Final Film Concept, Post Production, Digital Ink & Paint, Sound, Industry Workshops, OpusToon Boom , Photoshop, Flash

Short Films:
1) The Giant - a classically animated short
This short film was designed starting in September/07 and completed in December/07. All elements of this film were done by myself; character design, storyboards, layout, rough animation, assisting, clean up animation, compositing and colour in Opus Toon Boom (program I used).
2) One Track Mind - Flash animated short
A short film which was completed in 3 weeks from November 24/07 to December 14/07. The following were done by myself; character design, storyboards, backgrounds, animation using flash, and music.




REFERENCES:

Moose Pagan Email : moose@vfs.com
Dieter Mueller Email: Dieter@vfs.com
Jeffrey Mueller Email: jeffrey@magpiefilm.com

music video - Sc 06

Rough key posing video

Bill and Tuna Second Term Colab at the Vancouver film school.

Richmond Winter Festival competition


Richmond Winter Festival Contest:

January, 2008 - I was the winner of this contest created by Tangible Interaction and received a $200 honourarium for my digital art image.  My image will be shown at the Richmond Winter Festival on the big screen.  I created this image using software called Open Canvas which records the process of illustrating a piece of digital art.