#BreakTheBias – Interview Series

Rosa Lykiardopoulos is ready to push the boundaries of storytelling in design and animation

If there is someone whose work we’ll never have enough of, it must be Rosa’s. In the days leading to International Women’s Day, we met to talk about her post-production journey, career struggles, and favourite projects. | Read More

Beatrix Grimbly discusses freelancing as your authentic self

Last week we spoke to Beatrix Grimbly, a longtime Blueberry talent with bags of editing experience, about cutting James Bond parodies and coming out while freelancing. | Read More

Shaping your career in post: in conversation with Karla Guimarães

Editor Karla Karla Guimarães in conversation with Blueberry talks about creative flexibility and staying resilient as a woman in post-production. | Read More

Beth Allan talks women in post and her mental health journey

Join us as we speak to Beth Allan, Colourist and Junior Editor who has worked on ‘The Curse Of The Chippendales’, ‘Long Way Up’ and ‘Three Identical Strangers'. Beth is an advocate for mental health and has previously been a spokesperson for Time For Change. | Read More

Interview with Motion Graphics Designer Dawn Donohoe

Join us as we discuss Dawn Donohoe's career journey and breaking the bias. Senior Motion Dawn Donohoe has over 20 years of experience across animations for film trailers, title sequences, news and sports graphics, and feature-length VFX.  | Read More

International Women’s Day: An interview with long-form Editor, Rita Kaye

As part of our International Women’s Day celebrations, we spoke in-depth with TV Editor Rita Kaye about her career journey and future ambitions. | Read More

Promax award-winning Editor Laverne Antonio discusses her career journey

Promax award-winning Editor Laverne Antonio discusses her career journey and her work on 'Cruising With Susan Calman', 'New York: The City That Never Sleeps' and 'Secrets of the Royal Palaces'. | Read More