Recently we were interviewed for the Thought Provokers series at Voyage LA. Their interview approach is conversational and broad and tackles big picture thoughts on being a creative and the journey to get there. If you'd like to know more about how we met, developed our style together, and our general philosophies on making work and aiming for "success" - please click through.
They spotlight new creatives frequently and use word of mouth recommendations to expand their interviewing pool of entries - it keeps their creatives diverse and forever branching out. We were generously recommended by our good friends Max Lopez, Cami Kwan and Sean Maloney at Apartment D (click for their interview from a few weeks ago) and paid it forward to more talented multifaceted stop motion friends - fingers crossed to see their work highlighted soon!
One of our answers was how engaging clay animation is too look at despite how long it takes. It's truly an investment to have something unique to catch and hold someone's attention. We're grateful it seems they felt the same by their use of our work on their splash pages (see below).