Nexus welcomes Felix Massie to its roster of directors.
Nexus announced that Felix Massie will join its roster of directorial talent. This appointment demonstrates Nexus’ continued commitment to developing and supporting some of the most exciting talent in film and animation.
Massie graduated from the International Film school of Wales in 2007 after completing animation short Keith Reynolds Can’t Make It Tonight, which went on to be selected for the Sundance Film Festival and was nominated for best animation at the Royal Television Society Student Television award in 2008.
Massie’s career has taken him to award winning studios Arthur Cox and Aardman where he was the animation director for interactive BAFTA award winning website The Tate Movie Project. Past experience has seen Massie animate and direct films, including Why Music Matters for EMI, commercials, online content and animation sections for broadcast.
Massie’s fourth film, In the Air is Christopher Gray, is a digital animation short made at Nexus, and is the first film the studio and Massie have worked on together.
Chris O’Reilly, Co-Founder, Nexus, says, “Felix is a brilliant storyteller with a sharp eye for comic detail. We're working together on films, but also digital stories across platforms which he has embraced with enthusiasm. He's a fantastic talent and we're delighted to have him join the roster.”
Felix Massie says, “Nexus has always been a studio I've admired for many reasons, and it’s really exciting to be involved among people with an interest in such a wide range of ideas, techniques and mediums. I'm looking forward to seeing what we can make.”
Jennifer Wolfe is Director of News & Content at Animation World Network.