Kingston degree show | June 2015

And there it was - the end of 4 years illustration and animation degree at Kingston University. An absolutely frenetic few months getting everything finished on time - and ultimately not everything as some of the items planned for the exhibition never quite made it on time! The end of an era and the beginning of a new life.

Apoa's Art Show

There was a great turn out both in terms of the students and all their work - but also in terms of friends, family & industry coming to see what they had all done. Some really interesting animated films to watch as well, lovely to see Chris Shepherd there, animation director & Kingston tutor.

I loved watching Anna read Playa Playa and relive those moments in Portugal. So great Apoa's put it all into a most beautiful graphic novel. She's so talented it makes me super proud of her!!

Playa Playa

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