My name is Dan Radley-Bennett. I'm a 3D and 2D digital artist who has worked for The National Theatre, Framestore, Aardman Animations and as 3D Designer on The Baku 2015 European Games.
The variety of my work and the distinctly different areas I've worked in have pushed me to develop a wide and adaptable range of digital skills. While working in theatre, I've created 3ds Max previsualisations for plays such as Angels in America (Ian MacNeil) and Twelfth Night (Soutra Gilmour), print design for Amadeus (Chloe Lamford) and Follies (Vicki Mortimer), and projection design for Great Britain (Tim Hatley), Network (Jan Versweyveld) and Mosquitoes (Katrina Lindsay), among others.
My feature film experience expanded my knowledge of Autodesk Maya and Matchmover - focusing on 3D Modeling, Previs Camera Animation and Matchmoving for Aardman Animations' Oscar nominated Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists (Peter Lord).
Besides being fascinated by visuals , I volunteer as a Samaritan, which is an incredible charity and always in need of donations.
Skills: 3ds Max / Maya / Photoshop / Illustrator / After Effects / AutoCAD