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Welcome to Shroomstudio. Find out more about who we are & what we do. If you're searching for a style or need some inspiration for your next project, have a browse through our featured project archives and get in touch by phone on 020 8525 0157 or drop us a line via the friendly form on the contact page.

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We're always on the lookout for talented animators so get in touch..send us your reel & or links and tell us a bit about yourseIf. lf you have a piece of work which you've created & think would make a good entry, send a link (preferably vimeo) and if we like it, we'll review it and post it on our widely read and topical animation blog.

Sea of Change – Short Film

This inspiring short film directed by talented Director & Shroomstudio collaborator Liam St Pierre and produced by Luke Goodrich explores one man’s quest to stop plastic from polluting the Oceans. With Liam’s signature style and some nicely invisible effects work by Alex Hatjoullis @ Shroomstudio, the film also introduces Fred Schmidt, a young actor with a certain charisma whom I’m sure we’ll see gracing tv screens everywhere in the not too distant future. The film uses a magical Seagull puppet made and operated by Expert puppeteer/makers, Jonny Sabbagh & Will Harper replete with belly full of plastic in a Jeunet’ish dream intro sequence which sets our hero on his quest. Feautring original music by Olly Jenkins the film is part of ProjectOcean and was made in conjunction with Selfridges & ZSL.

How will you be part of the sea change? In this imaginative film by Liam Saint-Pierre, follow one man’s epic quest to save our oceans from plastic pollution, and discover how the solution may be closer to home than you think.

Be part of the sea change, see through the plastics problem.

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