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Oxen Media is a compact yet powerful design studio specializing in dynamic animation done right.

We deliver engaging content for all kinds of media, from television commercials to museum installations, from books to online video.

Team

Ian Godfrey

Ian Godfrey

Animation Director

Artist. Poet. Craftsman. Ian is a 2nd-generation animation director with an eye for crisp motion and classic design. Over the past decade he's directed a bunch of commercials and cranked out animated sequences for film and television. Ian takes inspiration from mid-century illustration styles and is a bit of a perfectionist. He also happens to compose music and builds high-end custom furniture

Nathaniel Akin

Nathaniel Akin

Creative Director

An award winning director with work in film, television, print and web worlds. Nathaniel's directed campaigns for clients including Bell, Kelloggs, Bank of America, Converse and Nestle. He created the first interactive campaign using YouTube's internal linking feature and is splendid at creating custom pipelines for animation in unique visual styles including 8-bit pixel, ASCII, cross stitch and white board.

Celest Brown

Celest Brown

Designer

Her design is the beautiful foundation for print, animation and interactive projects. Celests' work as a color stylist is seen in NFB films and Warner Brothers feature animation. She specializes in botanically inspired design and drawings that capture the wonder and joy of childhood. Her design work is featured on housewares and textiles sold through retailers like Villeroy and Boch, Bloomingdales, Laura Secord and Stonewall Kitchen.

Michael Mann

Michael Mann

Concept Design

Michael Mann is a creative dynamo; generating concepts, creating moving images in organic textural styles and occasionally raging against the machine. Michael works in all sorts of media but always with a focus on humour and a commitment to social change. He's brings the joy to kids programs, spreads the word for arts festivals and helps raise awareness on homelessness and health issues. If it's a crime to care too much, Michael is guilty.

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