Francesca Woodcock is an animator and illustrator who resents writing about herself in the third person. She studied fine art at the Academy of Fine Art in Venice, where she finds her historic and cultural roots, half of them, at least. She went on to study character animation at Central Saint Martins in London.
She currently splits her time as a freelance animator and illustrator and working as a fine artist from her home studio in Hampshire.
Among others (about whom she's not allowed to talk about at this stage, but with whom she is very excited to be working) she has worked for Simon's Cat: Off to the Vet, and was part of the 2D animation team on the short film Edmond, which won the BAFTA for best animated short in 2016.
She specialises in human anatomy, colour theory, and elemental effects animation. She has a particular interest in animated gloop, figurative artwork, and a borderline political stance on the colour red.