|Education||2007-2010 - (College of Fine arts (COFA))|
|Employer||Drawing Book Studio|
Irene Feleo is an illustrator, artist and designer based in Sydney, Australia.
After graduating with a Bachelor of Digital Media, Irene has been designing motion graphics and animating in the broadcast industry for the past 3 years. She is currently balancing various projects and freelance illustration. A list of clients Irene has worked with include Universal Pictures, Revlon, Prime Media Group, Val Morgan, Bic Pens, Mountain Dew and many more.
She is a lover of hyper colour palettes, fine lines, interesting faces and creepy creatures. Her work often explores concepts of isolation, folklore, imagination and superstition.
Her spirit animal is a meerkat.
Irene is represented by The Drawing Book.
Freelance illustrator, designer and animator. For any commercial illustration enquiries please contact The Drawing Book (drawingbook.com.au). For any personal commissions please contact me on email@example.com
My most recent full time role was as a designer and animator at the production studio Captiv8. My role involved working in the field of motion graphics, design and illustration to create digital and broadcast content. I am also heavily involved in the pre-production process, taking on responsibilities such as storyboarding, treatment and concept design.
I took up a two month internship with the production studio, Captiv8.
Working across areas of broadcast and digital, I gained experience in designing motion graphics for various campaigns.I was able to utilize my skills in animation, illustration and design in order to work towards efficiently to a brief and deadline. Main softwares used include Photoshop, Flash and After Effects.
Clients worked with include Prime Media Group, Universal Pictures, Musica Viva, CSM and 3M.
I took on the role as 2D animator for the short film Abbie, a film by Erin Good and funded by Metro Screen. My role consisted of liaising with the director and members of the production team in order to create an animated sequence for the end credits. My particular responsibilities included illustrating, designing and animating the 1 minute sequence, using softwares such as Adobe After Effects and Photoshop.
In November 2009, I took part in a group show that occurs monthly at the Eastern in Bondi Junction. The event hosts works from new artists around Sydney.
I was chosen to contribute to an annual magazine that showcases the top 120 female illustrators and artists. As part of the release of Curvy 2009, I also participated in the Curvy Exhibition which toured with the Semi-Permanent design event around Australia.