About Johnny Kelly:
Johnny Kelly is an illustrator, animator and director from Dublin, Ireland. He graduated from the Dublin Institute of Technology where he earned a degree in graphic design. Kelly worked for a number of years in both Dublin and London in addition to pursuing his illustration work.
In 2007, Kelly graduated from The Royal College of Art in London, where he completed an MA in Animation. His graduation short film, Procrastination - “An investigative and exploratory hands-on gloves-off study into the practice of putting things 'off''” has been very well received and was selected to be part of the Saatchi & Saatchi New Director Showcase. He was awarded Best New Director at the 2007 Shark Awards in Kinsale and won the Animator First Boards Award this year.
Johnny sometimes collaborates with his brother Michael, with whom he shares a website. Watch Johnny Kelly's reel at Nexus
Nexus was founded in 1997 and has since developed into one of the UK’s largest digital studios. Nexus produces design and storytelling for films, commercials, title sequences, brand and identity, music video and interactive design on all traditional and new media platforms.
The company produced one of the most notable film title sequences of recent years for Steven Spielberg's 2002 movie Catch Me If You Can, designed by Kuntzel & Degas. Other notable title sequences include the animated titles for Thunderbirds and Moog.
Work for the music video industry includes a Grammy nominated promo for Franz Ferdinand, and work for U2, Goldfrapp and The Chemical Brothers among others.
Nexus 10,000 square foot studio and offices are primarily based in Shoreditch, London’s fast growing creative district. But the company works with a pool of international directors, animators, designers and other creators.
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