Creative Lives — From child maths genius to developer at motion-design studio Mainframe, meet Martin Vejdarski

Posted 05 September 2017 Interview by Indi Davies

Describing himself as the kid who was forever winning maths competitions, Martin Vejdarski’s interest in numerical formulas and the possibilities for technology started early. He was still in school when he began to teach himself code, going on to study Computer Science at the University of Manchester. In his first role since graduating, Martin now works as a developer for motion design and VFX studio Mainframe. Updating and tweaking software created in-house, he’s responsible for enabling the animators to produce the best-possible motion graphics for every project. Having always found the field of 3D imagery fascinating, he’s been able to apply his skills to an area he’s passionate about, balancing technical details and creativity in equal measure.

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