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ExpoTees London

Well done to our students who exhibited at ExpoTees London 2019, and a big thanks to our sponsors for your continued support - we couldn't run this without you.

June 2020

About ExpoTees London

Once again ExpoTees London will be celebrating exemplary work in animation, games, concept art and visual effects demonstrating creativity, imagination and industry-standard skills. Students from our Skillset-accredited courses have gone on to work on award-winning film and games titles and we invite recruiters and producers to speak to this year's graduating cohort about their projects, view their portfolios and listen to their ideas. Together with celebrating the achievements of our students there will also be an opportunity to network with the many School of Computing & Digital Technologies alumni that make up much of the animation and VFX industry in the south east during a networking event facilitated by Teesside University's Alumni Association.

ExpoTees London will also host Morphogenetic Creations, an exhibition of computational art by Andy Lomas, who previously had a career in CGI in television and films, having worked on major hits such as Avatar, Walking With Dinosaurs, Over the Hedge, The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions. Andy's art explores the use of computer algorithms to simulate natural processes, resulting in rich evocative complex alien but familiar forms. His work has received wide acclaim internationally, being exhibited at venues including the V&A, the Pompidou Centre, the Los Angeles Metropolitan Museum of Art, SIGGRAPH, the Science Museum and the Royal Society. Andy has won two Emmys and the Lumen Gold Prize for computer art.


Images courtesy of Andy Lomas

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More about Framestore

Framestore bring extraordinary ideas to life in any space or screen through craft, imagination and technology.

Known for our visual effects, we have created incredible scenes for major Hollywood pictures: Gravity, Paddington 2, and Fantastic Beasts Crimes of Grindewald, to name just a few. We work with advertisers to bring VFX to the small screen, and use the latest technologies to tell stories in new ways, exploring VR, AR, data visualisation and more. Framestore is home to a vast talent pool of almost 3000, incorporating artists, producers, engineers and creatives, located around the world within a global network of studios. Together we create some of the most exciting and innovative projects seen in the industry today.


Framestore has worked closely with schools, colleges and universities for well over a decade. It is incredibly important to us that are supporting and coaching the next generation of talent to ensure that the UK industry continues to be world leading at what we do. We look forward to hosting this year's ExpoTees in London and to seeing what the students have been working on over the course of their studies.

Amy Smith, Head of Talent, Framestore




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