Escape Studios

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Escape Studios was founded in April 2002 and is Europe’s premier visual effects academy with 14 years experience in creating world-class, studio-ready talent. Based in Shepherds Bush, London UK, Escape offers undergraduate, postgraduate and short courses in Visual Effects (VFX), Game Art, Animation and Motion Graphics. Escape Studios’ industry partners include, Framestore, The Mill, MPC, Electric Theatre Collective, Jellyfish Pictures, Bluebolt, Cinesite, DNeg and Milk.

Courses at Escape Studios[edit]

Escape Studios offers full-time and part-time courses designed to take complete beginners to the point where they are able to perform at an industry entry-level.



Short Courses:


All of the tutors at Escape Studios have worked in the industry and have been hand-picked from successful studios and have many years of professional productions experience. The tutors include:

  • Head of Animation - Alex Williams
  • Head of Games - Simon Fenton
  • Head of 3D - Mark Spevick
  • Head of 2D - Davi Stein
  • Head of Motion Graphics - JM Blay
  • 3D Tutor - Daniel Shutt
  • Compositing Tutor - Allar Kaasik
  • Cinematography Tutor - Clement Gharini


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