We’re really proud of our staff at Territory Studio. Even if not directly involved in the awesome work we deliver to our clients, we each appreciate creativity and being creative, in whatever format.
If you’re here, you’ve probably already seen our work. Now we invite you to get to know us better. Starting with our creative teams, we’ll be asking questions and sharing not only TS project work, but personal creative projects and what really inspires us day to day.
Brendan Wilson – Junior Motion Graphics Designer
I’ve been involved in many different types of projects. From automotive to film to gaming, each project presents its own unique creative challenges that keep the work fresh.– Brendan Wilson
Tell us a bit about you and your role at Territory:
I started working at Territory as a Motion Designer after completing my MFA in Motion Media Design at SCAD (Savannah College of Art and Design). Previously I worked in graphic design and broadcast design in Sydney Australia.
I like analog photography in my spare time, collecting vinyl records, building computers, and playing video games.
How long have you been with Territory?
What’s been your favourite TS project and why?
A few of my favourites have not been released to the public yet ?
Of those that have been released, I enjoyed working on the car 3D models for our new mobile game DesignCar Mobile App. It was a great way to get up close and personal with some of my dream cars while improving my 3D skills.
There was also that time I got paid to play video games for the Blankos E3 trailer. Never thought I’d get to do that!
Check out our E3 trailer for Blankos Block Party below
What led you to want to work at TS?
Territory’s design-focused approach to motion graphics and VFX resonated with my own creative thinking, and I’m a sucker for good title sequences. I also liked the prospect of being able to work across the many different mediums that Territory touches.
What aspect of your job do you enjoy the most?
I’ve been involved in many different types of projects. From automotive to film to gaming, each project presents its own unique creative challenges that keep the work fresh.
What’s been the most challenging aspect of your job?
I’ve been thrown in the deep end skills-wise on a couple of projects and had to learn a lot in a short time. But, I always felt supported and I enjoy a good challenge.
Who and/or what inspires you creatively?
I’m inspired by work that combines aesthetics & engineering, such as generative art, and interactive/immersive design. I also love finding and photographing interesting patterns and textures in fabrics, materials, surfaces, architecture, etc.
What advice would you give to someone starting out in the business?
Create the work you want to get hired to create.
Last but not least, if you were a superhero, what powers would you have?
Check out Brendan’s website and his showreel below
Follow Brendan on Instagram!