Multi-award-winning animation studio, Moth, emerged from the creative alliance between Daniel Chester, Dave Prosser, and Marie-Margaux Tsakiri-Scanatovits after their collective alma mater journey at the Royal College of Art.
Quickly gaining repute for their poignant storytelling, Moth navigates complex themes like artificial intelligence threats, rainforest deforestation, or refugee hardships, with a colorful, hand-drawn animation finesse that speaks volumes.
Their craft has not only traversed global festival screens but also bagged prestigious recognitions including a BAFTA nod in 2011, a British Animation Award in 2016, a D&AD Graphite pencil and Annecy Crystal Award in 2016 for their New York Times narrative - all testament to their narrative depth and evocative animation style.
Desta - The Memories Between
Dreamy. Cinematic. Action packed. Leap into the launch trailer for Ustwo’s new strategy game, Desta.
TrueCar - Ella
A heartwarming film series by Moth reveals TrueCar's tailored magic through compelling character stories.
Headspace - Sleep
Restless nights have met their match. Moth brings a whimsical cast of characters on a mission to experience the ultimate tranquil slumber.
New York Times
New York Times - Conception
Illustrative design brings to life Jen and Catie's intertwining stories of sisterhood and motherhood.
Artist Short Film
Mrs Claus - A Holiday Film
A beautiful project cancelled at the eleventh hour. What this Christmas campaign lacks in context, it makes up for in heart.
Salvation Army - Fight for Good
A story of gratitude, compassion, and care that resonates with the true spirit of the holiday season.
Woodland Trust - Plant a Tree
Follow along as a boy and a crab apple tree grow up together in Woodland Trust's endearing campaign to plant 64 million trees.
Marie Curie - D-Word
For many, death is an uncomfortable topic. So this whimsical tune points out how many creative ways we avoid saying the "D-word".
E4 - Window Worlds
Suspense, intrigue, and lots and lots of lavender make up this 30 second ident for E4
The Guardian - The Last Job on Earth
Meet Alice, holder of the last recognizable job on Earth, trying to make sense of her role in a fully automated world.
CNN - Blue
Everything you never knew about the color blue.