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.
Jacob Wrigley – Junior Motion Designer
“Creating a short Sci-Fi ident concept and then building it from scratch was really rewarding. I had great support from art directors and producers within the company and the freedom to develop something myself. Im looking forward to the next one. “– Jacob
Tell us a bit about you:
I was summoned into this plain of existence from another far more hellish dimension, that looked something like a Zdzisław Beksiński painting. Then I grew up primarily in Africa and the middle east. And now I sell my trade as a motion designer and illustrator. I’m alright.
Who and/or what inspires you creatively?
World building is probably my sweet spot. I love cinematic aesthetics, immersive audio and gripping narrative as much as the next guy, but interesting, considered world building is what I often fall in love with.
What’s been your favourite TS project to work on so far and why?
Getting to work on a film about a classic superhero we can’t quite talk about just yet, or the new James Bond has been a pretty exhilarating start.
Every project I’ve been on has been a great learning opportunity, though my personal favourite has to be my work for Future of Film summit, held at the BFI in London. Creating a short Sci-Fi ident concept and then building it from scratch was really rewarding. I had great support from art directors and producers within the company and the freedom to develop something myself. I’m looking forward to the next one.
Future of Film – Ident
Why did you want to work at Territory?
Sometimes while I’m watching something I’ll say, ‘that thing looks sick.’ Often that thing was made by Territory.
Where do you look online for some creative inspiration/headspace?
These are a few of the accounts from a creative perspective that are definitely worth a follow. It’s always worth checking out who the people you look up to, look to for inspiration themselves, it’ll grow your taste. Also I’m 25, don’t take me too seriously. If you see me around the web say hey, see you space cowboy.