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Editor. Filmmaker. Storyteller. 
Founded by Nathan Erasmus, Nathan developed and produced the brand and story for One eskimO which won a British Animation Award and went on to be selected for an Annecy special feature
'The Greatest Animated Love Songs' and secured investment and
co-production from the Warner Premiere arm of Warner Brothers.
Since then Nathan has gone on to produce more award winning content as well as produce lots of commercial work for clients, helping them tell their stories through traditional means like cinema and TV as well as publishing via social media and web video formats.
Nathan works alone on small live action/motion graphics/animation projects and then up scales on larger projects with his network of talented collaborators with an eclectic array of disciplines ranging from BAFTA and EMMY award winning writers through to veteran character animators, master illustrators and Grammy nominated music producers.
He has received financial support from Film Cymru and BFI to develop his own animated features and has also just finished his first illustrated picture book. In between making videos and spending time with his family he is working on further illustrated books and comics.
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"Nathan produced content for us in 6 languages for AGCO dealerships and customer service departments across the globe.  He offered such value and reliability in his production and delivery that we repeated the business with him".

— Dr.Bernhard Schmitz, Massey Ferguson, AGCO











British Animation Awards (BAA)

Winner of Public Choice Award for Hometime.

This was voted for by the public in cinemas all across UK.


The British Animation Film Festival

Winner of Public Choice for Charlie and Yip at

VUE cinema in Leicester Square London.

Chrysalis Digital Media Award

Voted most exciting up and coming digital company by industry professionals at the BAFTA D-Media event.

The Kids Festival

Best Documentary and Best Director for Road to Rio

at Kids Festival in Madrid..

The Rio Festival of New Cinema

Winner of Documentary category for Road to Rio

in Rio de Janeiro

Public vi

Small Axe Film Festival

Winner best short for Assholio.

Tolpuddle Festival, Dorset.  

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