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Nexus Studios Signs Chromosphere

Nexus Studios are delighted to have Chromosphere on the roster

Nexus Studios Signs Chromosphere

Nexus Studios have announced the signing of US-based studio Chromosphere, who join the roster for exclusive global director representation across film and interactive. 

Led by Creative Director Kevin Dart, Chromosphere has been operating out of its Los Angeles headquarters since 2016, having released the beautifully crafted and widely acclaimed Forms In Nature the previous year.  Forms in Nature was the culmination of nearly a decade of collaboration between close friends & artists.  The film celebrated the relationship between science & the natural world and was honoured with the 2016 Motion Award for Best short Film.

Most recently, Chromosphere co-directed the forthcoming Google Spotlight story Sonaria with Scot Stafford. The ethereal VR film is described by the Spotlight Stories team as its first experimental animated film and follows two shape-shifting creatures in a vivid and immersive journey of light and sound.

Having worked in animation for over 10 years, Kevin’s accolades include the 2017 Daytime Emmy for Best Individual Achievement in Animation and the 2016 Annie Award for Best Production Design in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production.

Nexus Studios’ Co-founder and ECD Chris O’Reilly said: “Chromosphere are showing the way in making innovative work feel beautifully crafted.  We're delighted to have them join the roster.” 

Kevin Dart added: "Nexus is a leader in new frontiers of animation combining art and interactivity for exciting new platforms like AR & VR. As we aim to create more work that helps inspire & educate, we see Nexus as a great partner in forging that path."

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