A pleasant group of students in the Situation Room at Nexus Productions about receive some kind of special futuristic beverage most likely. Some believe this pod floats half a mile above London's Soho but in actual fact it is fixed to the earth with steel.
A lovely group of our students visiting legendary animation production company StudioAKA in London's exciting Soho.
Another splendid visit to Passion Pictures located right in the heart of the nation's creative and occasionally sunny animation industry.
Our students were shown around the famous studios of the National Film and TV School in Beaconsfield - some of our students can be lucky enough to be selected to experience work on current productions.
Our year 3 students visited Passion Pictures and were shown the deepest inner workings of one of London's top production companies.
Another squadron of Farnham year 3 students are about to be let in to the hallowed halls of Studio AKA. The buzzer has been pressed and it's now only a matter of time...
Our lovely 3rd year students are let loose around the engine room at Tandem. Daniel Greaves trusts them with delicious tea.
Those delightful 3rd years braving the cold outside Tandem. The cold wasn't just outside Tandem, it was also generally felt around the London area and beyond.
A visit to the excellent Nexus animation company results in some dog interaction fun with a tennis ball and humans. These humans are human students much like those found around the animation dept. here at Farnham.
Outside the legendary Nexus animation company.
Impecable manners and a compulsion to smile is proven yet again to be a really good way to get a good view of the interior workings of the world we call Animation.
3rd year students outside The Mill in downtown Soho after another illuminating visit.
Other such visits have included companies such as Double Negative, The Mill, The Moving Picture Company, Tandem, and Picasso Pictures. Students have also attended Open days and workshops at prestigious animation MA courses at the National Film and Television School and the Royal College of Art.