HND Alumni adds to production credits with Axis Studios

Lego City Adventures Animated Series

Former NCL Film and Television student; Duncan Formosa has recently acquired some impressive production credits through his editing work for Axis Studios.

Axis is an award winning animation and VFX studio which has its roots in Glasgow. Over two decades the company has built up an impressive client list and reputation, working with some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry and opening studios in Bristol and London.

Duncan writes:

“I’ve been working at Axis for nearly 2 years now and it still amazes me just how many projects we manage to get out in such a short period of time, from TV shows, video games, trailers and music videos.

It’s been really exciting watching the projects start off as storyboards and keep building up until it finally gets released. It always feels good seeing people react to it and knowing I had a part to play in it.

 Every project that I’ve worked on since I’ve been there has been a great learning experience for me and I feel like I’ve really grown as an editor in such a short period of time and a lot of that has to do with the fact I’m working with a great edit team who have been really encouraging from the moment I started.

I can’t wait to find out what else is to come and how much more I can grow as an editor.”

Closing credits of Lego City Adventures with Duncan’s Assistant Editor credit.

“Duncan impressed all of us with the commitment and dedication he demonstrated throughout his HN Film & Television course and it’s great to see that hard work pay off with the production credits he’s now gathering through his work as an editor with Axis.

I’m hopeful that at some point soon, he’ll join us for one of our “Tuesday Talks” virtual lectures and can share his journey and experience with our current Film and Television students and show us some of the projects he has worked on in more detail.”

– Michael Grant, Film & Television Lecturer.

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