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Qualifications

2012 – 2013 – Post Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching – University of South Wales

2001 – 2003 – BA (Hons) Computer Animation – Glamorgan Centre for Art and Design Technology

1997 – 1999 – Advanced GNVQ in Art and Design – Glamorgan Centre for Art and Design Technology

About

Philip Duncan is a lecturer at the University of South Wales teaching on the BA (Hons) Computer Animation course. Philip graduated from Glamorgan University in 2003 where he was fortunate to secure a job at Siriol Productions working on titles such as Fireman Sam and Hannah’s Helpline with responsibilities in Compositing and Animation.

He then transitioned into the Games Industry for the next few years working for Blitz Games Studios on titles such as Spongebob Squarepants, The Biggest Loser and the Bratz franchise to name but a few and has experience with Animation, Rigging and Motion Capture.

Now Philip is fortunate to pass on his passion for the all things CG related supporting students who seek to break into the TV, Film and Games industry covering aspects such as pre-production, animation, rigging, modelling, sculpting, texturing, lighting and many more.

Experience

2010 – Present – Lecturer in Computer Animation – University of South Wales

2005 – 2010 – Computer Animator – Blitz Games Studies

2003 – 2005 – Computer Animator/ Compositor – Siriol Productions

External

May 2012 – Exhibitor and Speaker at the FMX Animation & VFX Conference, Germany

May 2013 – Supporting Lecturer at University of Sassari, Algherro, Sardinia – Erasmus Programme

May 2012 – Supporting Lecturer at University of Sassari, Algherro, Sardinia – Erasmus Programme

May 2011 – Supporting Lecturer at University of Sassari, Algherro, Sardinia – Erasmus Programme

Areas of Expertise

Software Experience
• Autodesk : Maya, 3DS Max, Mudbox, Motionbuilder
• Adobe : Photoshop, Premier, After Effects.
• Z-brush

Twitter

@pj_duncan81

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