Fugitive Talent - A homage to our female creatives

No better term to define her than a “Fugitive”: she left her past as a journalist in Spain to focus on her design career and moved to England, where she studied at the National Film & Television School.

She’s worked on titles such as Aladdin, Dora the Explorer, The Gentlemen or Jurassic Word’s Battle at Big Rock.

She’s one more creative slave of Adobe and Maxon (Illustrator, Photoshop, After Effects and Cinema 4D), but she still prefers pen and paper to start and develop new ideas.

Keeping the sunshine inside even on rainy days, she’s open to challenges and loves a new project. 

Angela Gigica is an independent motion graphic designer, art director and illustrator based in the UK. 

Originally from Romania, where she completed her education in decorative arts and design, she spent the past decade living and working in London. Here she collaborates with various global brands, agencies and broadcasters (including Google Play, Sony, The Natural History Museum, McAfee, WaterAid, The Guardian).

Her work is varied and her extensive experience allows her to take on a project from concept stage through to developing style-boards to storyboarding & illustrating the visual journey and right through to implementation phases and delivery.

Rosie Holtom is a designer and animator with over 15 years of experience working for a variety of broadcast, film and not for profit clients. She has a degree in Moving Image Design from Ravensbourne and has a Masters in Photography from London College of Communication.

Her skill set includes creating style frames, storyboarding, 2D animation, compositing, Cinema 4D and live-action direction. She has won Promax awards, is a visiting tutor at the National Film and Television School and was recently a judge for the BAFTA graphics and titles category.

She is also a keen photographer and has exhibited her photography around the world and been published by the Guardian, Huffington Post and Courier International.