Steve Arnott has an MA in Film and
Animation from the Royal College of Art in London and a BA in
Design and Communication from Staffordshire University. Steve is
currently studying for a PhD at the University or Worcester.
His primary subject is animation
for children. His main areas of expertise are in stop motion
animation, electronic image manipulation and toy theatre. He is
also an expert on historic/traditional forms of storytelling and
collector of related artefacts from various periods in history.
Steve’s projects emulate historic
imagery, and at the same time challenge traditional themes of
narrative structure through the use of digital media. He has worked
closely with Edmond Fawdry, Director of Pollock’s Toy Museum and
Paul J. Weighell, Curator of Collections. His work has been
acquired by the Victoria & Albert Museum for the theatre
collection and is on show at the V&A Museum of Childhood. His
work has also been presented by the BBC.
Steve has worked in advertising, television and special effects.
He continues to produce his own films and maintains close links
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