Moonraker VFX, an award-winning studio based in Bristol, is delighted to announce the addition of Alex Dilworth to the senior team. Alex is joining as Art Director as the studio continues to expand its design and motion graphics offering.
With a background of more than 15 years’ across live events and TV, with clients including the BBC, Netflix, the Brit Awards and the Super Bowl, Alex will be bringing a wealth of experience and creative expertise to the team.
As Art Director, Alex will be overseeing creative content produced by Moonraker including a number of projects recently commissioned. Following the successful delivery of all motion graphics on the new Netflix series, History 101, his immediate focus will move on to creatively overseeing Moonraker’s work for BBC Studio’s first commission in China, “One Cup, A Thousand Stories’.
Alex commented; “Through freelance work, I have worked with a wide variety of clients and Moonraker has always been a great relationship. The culture and philosophy of the studio is really supportive and I can’t imagine myself in a full time position anywhere else. This is a challenging time for the industry and I’m extremely excited to be joining a business that is not just surviving, but thriving, with a number of exciting new projects in the pipeline.”
Alex’s hire signifies an exciting new chapter for Moonraker and Alex is excited to join the studio, helping the team find design-led solutions to their projects. “It’s a really exciting time for Moonraker to showcase the credentials of what they can do, that isn’t necessarily what people expect,” he added.
Simon Clarke, Creative Director at Moonraker, commented; “I’m delighted that Alex is joining the team. His creative input and technical expertise has been demonstrated on the high profile projects we have worked with him on over the last couple of years. His design versatility is what I admire, he always exceeds our clients expectations. “