With 14 years’ VFX experience under his belt, Anthony Bloor heads up MPC’s world renowned 3D department alongside Carsten Keller. Overseeing a range of award- winning and industry leading projects, Anthony leads creative problem solving across the department, effectively supervising the design, build and animation of everything from a talking platypus to lava-breathing monsters.
Anthony started storyboarding fresh out of university, where he studied Graphic Design and 3D Animation, before joining MPC. He quickly established himself working as a Lighter and CG Generalist on ‘The Hogfather’, which went on to win a BAFTA for Best VFX.
Recently, he played an instrumental role in crafting the VFX behind John Lewis’ 2018 Christmas campaign, ‘The Boy and the Piano’, which won him a prestigious VES award. Other accolades include a D&AD award for Channel 4 ‘Idents’ and Evian ‘Skating Babies’.
Anthony has creatively supervised high profile projects for brands such as John Lewis, First Direct, Honda, Smirnoff, Sky, Marks & Spencer and Hovis.
Feature film work includes Rupert Sanders’ adaption of the iconic ‘Ghost in the Shell’.