Creative Lives — Animade’s senior creative Milo Targett on personal projects and maintaining an individual voice

Posted 10 January 2018 Interview by Marianne Hanoun

We all have to start somewhere, and for Milo Targett, that involved plasticine, a video camera and Powerpoint. Today, he’s continuing to pursue both personal and narrative-driven work as a senior creative at London-based animation studio, Animade. But animation wasn’t necessarily an obvious choice for the Kingston Illustration and Animation graduate, who initially experienced a great deal of career-related confusion, due to conflicting interests while growing up. With an experimental approach to learning new software, Milo increasingly incorporates 3D elements within a more traditional 2D way of working. He tells us about maintaining a personal voice while working on commercial client work, and the importance of passion over technical wizardry when starting out. 

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