First Hand — How recent grad Roxannah Linklater went from creating her final show to working for Wes Anderson

Posted 08 August 2017 Written by Roxannah Linklater

While she was in the final throes of the Media and Communications degree at Goldsmiths University of London, Roxannah Linklater was simultaneously creating her graduate show, waitressing and interning on-set for Wes Anderson’s upcoming feature film, Isle of Dogs. After an overwhelmingly busy period, the internship turned into a full-time job as a trainee puppet rigger – one that she never imagined possible, having specialised in animation. Roxannah takes us through what she’s learnt in that process, and her tips for students nearing the end of their course.

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