Wednesday, 10 April 2013

David Kwok's Tiny animated ambitions

BBC created a special series on entrepreneurs.  This week, BBC News zoomed in on 3D animation studio, Tiny Island Productions, set up by Singaporean David Kwok.

After working as an engineer for many years, he abandoned his government job, starting at the bottom to carve out a new career in cartoons and animation.

Since setting up his company in 2007, it has grown from four staff to 120, servicing clients in the US and Europe, and includes an animation school, CG Protege which trains 3D modelers, character animators and visual effects artists.  Dave shares with the BBC his passion behind his success.

Watch the clip here:

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