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An animated video I made in 4 hours on the eve of the 2012 Ottawa International Animation Festival.

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About Danny McLeod

Danny has been working in the Canadian entertainment industry for nearly a decade. A dynamic and multi-talented industry professional, Danny prides himself on his versatility and ability to fit the needs of any production. Originally from Middle Musquodoboit, Nova Scotia; In 2003 Danny moved to Vancouver and began acting. Returning to school in 2006 to study Political Science, Performance and Communications Media and English-Drama; Danny has gone on to work on multiple live action and animated theatrical projects broadcast and exhibited around the world. Recently completing a Mentorship through the CMPA’s Transmedia Acceleration Program, Danny looks forward to expanding his catalog of content in the digital age. Danny has most recently worked as an Assistant Leica Editor on the PBS animated childrens show Wild Kratts (Seasons 1 & 2), an Assistant Producer and Development Coordinator with Quiet Revolution Pictures, and is thrilled to have played the role of George Deever in Ottawa Little Theatre’s production of All My Sons, by Aurthur Miller and directed by Joan Sullivan Eady in January, 2013 receiving rave reviews from critics. Danny is very fond of the time he’s spent in Newfoundland, and is proud to be from the East Coast, he also has a vague recollection of the notion of sleep…

Posted on September 24, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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