Martyn Pick is a director and artist recognised for a distinctive fusion of live-action and animation. In feature films, commercials and shorts he applies his fluid, cinematic storytelling across pure live action, computer and hand animation. He directed the cgi action feature film "Ultramarines: A Warhammer 40,000 Movie" (2010): starring the facial acting of Terence Stamp, Sean Pertwee and John Hurt. Credits also include Film London's promotional short for the 2012 Olympics, BBC's trailers for Euro 2004, animation direction on the 2009 film "The Age of Stupid", Budweisers 2001 NBA commercial and the Channel 4 commissioned short "Plaza" (2000). Martyn studied Film and Fine Art at Saint Martins School of Art and his work has been continually driven by the crossover between painting and cinema. In live action he has directed the short "Green" (Film Four) and the supernatural thriller feature "Evil Never Dies"(2014). Horror short "Blue Moon" screened at Screamfest LA in Nov'16 and he created animated sequences on the award winning US feature documentary "Women of 1915". In CGI he has developed a UK/Chinese animated franchise and was Head of Story and Voice Director on 40 half hour episodes of the Netflix ITV series "Robozuna" . For Penguin he has illustrated the books "Witchcraft" and "Beowulf" bringing his art style to publishing. Recently he completed direction on the live action horror feature "Heckle". In 2019 the animation sequences he directed in 'Coup 53" (dir Taghi Amirani) edited by Walter Murch were a great use of his approach. He is developing projects that build on and refine his visual storytelling.
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