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Annie Winner Tuna Bora Joins Nexus Studios

Acclaimed illustrator and designer looks to explore and experiment in multiple media.

Annie Award-winning Illustrator and designer Tuna Bora has joined Nexus Studios for global representation.

Nexus Studios announced that Tuna Bora has joined its roster of directors for exclusive global representation, with her first AR project underway.

A celebrated illustrator and designer, Bora’s work has been featured in advertising, animation, games and publishing. Her work won her an Annie Award for outstanding achievement in production design on Pearl, the first VR film to receive an Oscar nomination.

Los Angeles-based Bora’s clients have included Google, Sony, Nickelodeon and Disney.

 “Arm in arm with Nexus Studios' expertise, I'm hoping to take the same exploration, experimentation, and conceptual thinking from production design work into my own directorial work, in personal content, commercial collaborations and experimental art projects,” says Bora.  

“Tuna has a proven track record at the highest level in design and an incredibly strong sense of cinematic storytelling. She has the talents and determination to be a unique voice in independent animation and immersive filmmaking,” says Chris O’Reilly, co-founder and executive creative director of Nexus Studios. “We are incredibly excited that she will be joining our world class roster of talent. ”

Source: Nexus Studios

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