Why get into Motion Graphics?

The industry is demanding more and more motion designers, people who can create those animations. From film production companies to advertising or marketing agencies as well as small creative studios, digital agencies or start ups, are demanding more and more that specific profile. Do you want to be the next one?

Escape Studios has long been recognised as a first-class education provider for the creative industries. Our alumni (dubbed 'Escapees') have gone on to work for some of the biggest studios in the world and on projects such as Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Ex Machina, The Revenant, Spectre, Interstellar, Gravity and Harry Potter.

What Motion Graphics courses do we offer?

We offer short courses in Motion Graphics.

Short courses

Motion Graphics (Evening – 12 weeks)

Mode of study: Part time Course start date: May 2017

Watch some examples of projects completed by past students

What makes our Motion Graphics courses unique?

Our Motion Graphics courses are taught in studio-style classrooms with a suite of state of the art equipment

Our tutors are all experts in their field and have been hand-picked from some of the most successful studios; Our Head of Motion Graphics, JM Blay, is still working as a professional designer. With students having gone onto successful and exciting new careers, you can go onto follow in their footsteps, working on projects across film, TV and music. 

All our courses are developed with our industry partners, some of the biggest studio’s in the world - Framestore, Cinesite and DNeg are just a few studios that not only input into our courses, but regularly visit us and partake in events such as our annual VFX Festival. Learn more about our Industry partners.

I am currently working on motion graphics and UI design for various innovative brands in a very talented post-production team at creative agency Across The Pond, who are also the in-house video agency for Google. It was great to have a showreel by the end of the course, the compilation of my new abilities was certainly a contributing factor to gaining interest from potential employers.

Teresa Tang (Escapee), Motion/Brand/UI Designer, Across the Pond

Meet your tutor

JM Blay

Head of Motion Graphics