Currently working at Starbreeze Studios
Cinematic Animator / 3D Generalist

Working with Global Marketing to produce trailers & promotional material.
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Self-taught, self-driven, self-sufficient
I easily adapt to new or proprietary software, and gladly participate in R&D of pipelines.
I also work well with short or sudden deadlines - within reason.


Wide & flexible skillset
Experience with animation, rendering, storyboard, script, editing, cinematography, mocap work/directing, photography & more.
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“Don’t tell me what I can’t do”

“Don’t tell me what I can’t do”

– John Locke / LOST – Season 1, Episode 4; “Walkabout”

As a self-taught man, I’ve never limited myself to what software I want to use. I’ve never said “Eeh, that looks too hard, I won’t bother”. Whether it was Maya, the Adobe suite or Nuke I always figured I should at least give it a shot, and usually I figure things out on my own, with a little help from the occasional Google-search and some tutorials. I’ve always been a firm believer in “learn by doing”, as opposed to “learn by listening”, like my education was trying for.

Below is a list of the primary software I know, and my level of knowledge with it, tagged with a “level”.

Package/Developer Software Used since Knowledge Level
Autodesk Maya 2011 [Lvl V] Professional
Autodesk Motionbuilder 2014 [Lvl IV] Advanced
Adobe CS5/CS6/CC After Effects 2013 [Lvl IV] Advanced
Adobe CS5/CS6/CC Photoshop 2010 [Lvl IV] Advanced
Adobe CS5/CS6/CC Photoshop 2010 [Lvl IV] Advanced
Adobe CS5/CS6/CC Lightroom 2010 [Lvl V] Professional
(Render Engine) Redshift 3D Redshift 2.0 for Maya 2016 [Lvl V] Professional
(Render Engine) Autodesk Mental Ray 2013 [Lvl V] Professional
(Render Engine) OTOY Octane Render 3 for Maya 2015 [Lvl III] Intermediate

 

Below is a list of the other software I know, but don’t use primarily, and my level of knowledge with them.

Package/Developer Software Used since Knowledge Level
Autodesk 3DS Max 2010 [Lvl II] Medium
The Foundry NUKE 2016 [Lvl I] Beginner
Adobe Indesign 2010 [Lvl III] Intermediate
Adobe Illustrator 2010 [Lvl III] Intermediate
Adobe Dreamweaver 2010 [Lvl III] Intermediate

Brief explanation of the “Lvl”-tags:

Tag Title Meaning
[Lvl I] Beginner I’ve used the software a few times, and I understand the bare basics.
[Lvl II] Medium I can use the software with some confidence(usually hiccups with UI/Keyboard Shortcuts)
[Lvl III] Intermediate I use the software occasionally, and with no major issues.
[Lvl IV] Advanced I use the software professionally, occasionally and with little to no problems.
[Lvl V] Professional I use the software professionally, daily, and with ease & full confidence.

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