CGI and animation studio relocates to Alderley Park

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Two of the co-founders of Studio Liddell have relocated their new operation to the Glasshouse at Alderley Park.

The newly rebranded Liddell Jones Electric Images is one of the first creative digital firms to move to the campus.

“Glasshouse is an ideal space for Jon (Liddell) and I after being in Central Manchester for a number of years,” explained Andrew Jones.

“It’s described as a digital haven and we’ve enjoyed having the majority of these exceptional facilities to ourselves during lockdown, but are very keen to meet like-minded creatives as people return to this amazing work space in the coming months.”

Since the lockdown, the studio has refocused its activity on providing explainer and advertising CGI imagery for brands including Grohe, Johnson & Johnson and Nestle.

“Our specialism is making complex subject matter easily understandable, whether it’s a detailed process film, medical animation, complex cutaway imagery or photorealistic CGI product rendering, we make it possible for our clients to express imaginative visions that would have otherwise been difficult to convey,” added Jon Liddell.

Dr Kath Mackay Managing Director of Alderley Park, said:

“Historically renowned as being home to one of the UK’s pre-eminent life science campuses, the arrival of Glasshouse signifies Alderley Park as a leading destination for innovative tech businesses too.”