ILLUSTRATION / ANIMATION / SEQUENTIAL ART

Emily Pleass is a British artist currently based in Norwich, soon to be Bristol, UK. She graduated from Norwich University of the Arts in 2018 with a First Class BA (Hons) in Illustration. Her time at university was spent exploring the use of animation and sequential art in relation to historical tales and stories. 

Her portfolio demonstrates her ability to combine various techniques such as painting, printing, animation, drawing and photography. However, her concentration and passion is moving image and animation.  

SHOWS / EXHIBITIONS

2018: NUA Degree Show, Guntons Studio, Norwich

2017: '3.5', Guntons Studio, Norwich

2017: 'Vocabulary', Dove Street Studios, Norwich

2016: 'Re-Story', St Margaret's Church, Norwich

2014: 'Furoshiki', Rugby Art Gallery and Museum, Norwich

PROGRAMMES, SOFTWARE AND SKILLS

Experience and capability of using Adobe software such as Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro and After Effects. Using all programmes to complete work for The Folio Society, Penguin Designs and the RSA. 

With a background in Fine Art, Emily has experience with a wide range of materials and processes including, oil painting, watercolour and traditional realistic drawing skills. 

REFERENCES

George Mellor (Lecturer)

g.mellor@nua.ac.uk

Peter Nencini (Senior Lecturer)

p.nencini@nua.ac.uk

Glyn Brewerton (Course Leader)

g.brewerton@nua.ac.uk