Highlights Of The Week



Animator & 3D Motion Designer Luke Doyle has been working on a render project in his spare time for the past 108 days. He took on this experiment as a way to learn a new software while also improving his 3D skills. The software is a render engine inside Cinema 4D called Octane. Luke has been doing these little projects in the evenings after work and posting them everyday has encouraged him to keep going while having an online presence, and it’s a nice visual journey of his progress. The plan is to do it for the whole year, hoping to add more animations towards the end. You can check out Luke’s daily renders on his Instagram.

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Olly has really been brilliant and the graphics he has done are fabulous. Thank you very much for recommending him.” – Tie Break Tens


Recently signed Motion Graphic Designer Olly Robertson has been working with brand new client Tie Break Tens on creating content for LED screens that will be used this weekend at their event in Vienna. Tie Break Tens is a new, exciting short-format of tennis in which only tie-breaks are played.

A massive thank you to everyone at Blueberry. You’ve been so helpful and found me some lovely jobs along the way. It’s been a pleasure to be part of your network and I can’t speak highly enough of you. I’ll be giving you a ring the moment I’m back.” – Alistair Moncur

bio-headshot-315x315Motion Graphic Designer and Animator Alistair Moncur has recently been awarded a grant to explore a project that he’s pursued since university around the idea that insects could become a viable food source. So he is about to hop on a plane to go and explore Peru, Colombia and Mexico for a couple of months and see how insects are consumed over there. We couldn’t be more excited for Alistair and look forward to seeing the results of his research .



Zan Barberton, director and editor with a solid background in broadcast and a passion for documentary, is another recent Blueberry sign up. She is also the subject of this week’s Spotlight – an experienced storyteller, able to easily grasp the editorial needs of a project – whether that be the pace and wit of a primetime TV show, the emotional arc of documentary or the more specific needs of a non-broadcast project.


Staff lunch at Pizza Express to end the week in style and celebrate some exciting achievements and to welcome our two new fabulous bookings assistants, Makeda Mighty and Marta Konkel who over the past few weeks have already made a difference with their enthusiastic support. We are excited to be working with them and to mentor them into becoming an integral part of the Blueberry family.