Hello, I am Blair Burke, an Animator and Creative Designer from Melbourne, Australia.
For over 10 years, I have travelled across Australia and abroad to work with the best creative studios within Film, Television, Advertising, Gaming and Technology. I have animated on some of the most watched films of the past few years and I have designed interfaces used by millions of people for world leading brands. More recently, I have been spending my days collaborating at Peter Jackson's Wingnut AR, pushing new Augmented Reality technology into exciting, new creative areas.
Previous projects have included, creating character animation on the 2017 Academy Award Winner for Best Visual Effects, “THE JUNGLE BOOK” (2016), as well as animation on the blockbuster films “GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY” (2014), “THE LEGO MOVIE” (2014) and Steven Spielberg’s “THE BFG” (2016).
Animation has always been a part of my life. It began with being obsessed with Ninja Turtles and grew into a addiction to The Simpsons. High school is where my interest really took over with the likes of Monsters Inc, Shrek and Star Wars becoming life goals. I am a Monash University degree holder, AnimationMentor graduate and someone who takes great care in focusing on the details of a project. I’ve been lucky enough to work with some amazing people at Weta Digital, Framestore, Animal Logic, Luma Pictures and Clemenger BBDO. Outside of animating, I spend my free time designing, creating games, drawing and creating films. I love pretty much everything about film and animation and am always looking for new opportunities and challenges.
I’m always trying to create exciting and meaningful experiences, whether digital or non-digital. I spend my free time animating, designing, creating games, drawing and creating films. I’m in constant pursuit of good work thats going to engage me creatively and technically. I enjoy work most, when I can collaborate with experienced and talented people. If you want to know more about my skills get in touch.
I love creative discussions. Contact me to get help with your next project or to discuss one of mine you’re interested in.