Man Park

An Independent Researcher and Filmmaker in Animation

– Masters in Animation, Design Digital Studio, The Glasgow School of Art,

University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK

– PhD in Animaed Media (in Visual Arts),

Animation Academy Research Group, School of the Arts,

Loughborough University, Loughborough, UK

 

Work Experience

Feb 2017 – present

a Creative Director (Animated Documentary),

Human Factors and Complex Systems Research Group,

Design School in the area of systems safety and accident analysis research,

Loughborough University, Loughborough, UK

*Animtion Project: No more Avoidable Deaths from Accidents
(Title: Old and New Views of a Safe Society)
Funded by Indiegogo Crowd Fund And Loughborough Design School

Oct 2014 – Jul 2015

a Research Assistant (Visualising Data),

Human Factors and Complex Systems Research Group,

Design School in the area of systems safety and accident analysis research,

Loughborough University, Loughborough, UK

*Animtion Project by Loughborough Design School
(Title: Two Contrasting Views of the South Korea Ferry Accident )

Dec 2004 – Feb 2006

The little star animation company (Seoul, South Korea) : Project Assistant.

– Assisted animation for public relations regarding the digital media city project

– The sub-creative director through design and creation of storyboard

 

Filmography

2008 The Mental Family, Episode 1: Sky Worker’s Day (2008-9): 3mins, PAL / Maya (3D software), Photoshop and After Effect (2D software), Final Cut-Pro (Editing software).

2009 Jack’s Window: 4mins, PAL / Maya (3D software), Photoshop and After Effect (2D software), Final Cut-Pro (Editing software).

2014 Jekyll’s Letter: 29 mins, PAL / Maya (3D software), Photoshop and After Effect (2D software), Final Cut-Pro (Editing software) / https://vimeo.com/130099242

2015 Two Contrasting views of the South Korea Ferry Accident (2015) 10mins, PAL: ongoing project / Funded by Enterprise Office, Loughborough University / Maya (3D software), Photoshop and After Effect (2D software), Final Cut-Pro (Editing software) / https://vimeo.com/122851457

 

Key Techniques

– Ability to process, analyze quantitative data through visual practices in ethnography

– Visualizing research data collected by online and offline practices using new media or multimedia

– Planning Skills including organizational and communicational skills demonstrated through fieldwork for participant observation

– Excellent team work skills collaborating with interdisciplinary team at Fine Art and Visual Communication (Illustration/Graphic Design and Animation)

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