Clint Green co-founded Keyframe Studio, initially making their mark on the console and PC gaming scene with clients like Crystal Dynamics, Eidos, Mattel and Mindscape. Their unique approach to cinematics and 3D animation on popular titles such as ‘Panzer General 3D Assault’ and ‘Prince of Persia 3D’ established them as a serious player in the burgeoning video game industry.
They’ve won numerous awards for our work on a feature-length children’s Christmas special titled ‘The Littlest Light On The Christmas Tree’. Keyframe has established a strong hold within the visual and digital effects arenas. Work can be found in such shows as ‘Mutant X’, ‘Wild Card’, ‘Monk’, ‘Regenesis’, ‘PlayMakers’, ‘The Dresden Files’, ‘XIII’, ‘Lost Girl’ and ‘Warehouse 13’ to name but a few. Effects work for such movies as ‘X-Men’, ‘Driven’, ‘Left Behind’, ‘Highwaymen’, ‘Head of State’, ‘K-19: The Widow Maker’, ‘The Tuxedo’, ‘BulletProof Monk’, ‘Zombie Land’, and more.
Launching the company so many years ago with only two employees and a few small video game animation contracts, Keyframe now employs over 20 remarkably talented artists ranging in skill set from concept/design and 3D animation to digital compositing and visual effects. Depending on the demands of each project, it is not unusual to find 20-40 or more artists working with us at any given time.