Liam Keating
Liam Keating
Robots V Dinosaurs
Gothenburg, Sweden

Summary

I am a digital design specialist with a love for illustration and animation. Based in Gothenburg (and sometimes London) I have worked with many clients over the past 10 years including:

British GQ, Glamour, WIRED, Brides, Vanity Fair, Vogue, House & Garden, The World of Interiors, Brides, Conde Nast Johansens, Conde Nast Traveller, Google, Official Ferrari Magazine, Imbibe, Frieze, Rouleur, Privateer, Guardian Masterclass, Clever Boxer, Machine Books, Pubbly, Digital Magazine Awards, Michigan State University, London College of Communication, University of the Arts London, Salford University, Manchester University, Sheffield Hallam University, Renault, Benfica FC, Microsoft Cloud Services, Chanel, Hugo Boss, Armani, L'Oréal, Liquid Telecom, Bally and Glenfiddich.

Please get in touch via the form in the footer if you think we could work together.

Cheers,

Liam

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Skills

Concept ArtConcept DesignIllustrationMotion Graphics3D ModelingHard Surface ModelingGraphic DesignPublic Speakingpublishingmagazines

Software proficiency

After Effects
After Effects
Blender
Blender
Illustrator
Illustrator
Mudbox
Mudbox
Photoshop
Photoshop
SketchUp
SketchUp
Unreal Engine
Unreal Engine
InDesign
InDesign
Premiere
Premiere
Final Cut Pro
Final Cut Pro
Thea Render
Thea Render

Reel

Experience

  • Freelance designer and consultant (get in touch!). at Robots V Dinosaurs
    Gothenburg, Sweden
    April 2014 - Present

  • Digital Programme Manager at Condé Nast
    London, United Kingdom
    November 2014 - November 2016 (2 years)

    As Programme Manager for Condé Nast Digital, I was responsible for the on-going roll-out of the publishers titles on multiple platforms and devices. I worked over twelve titles at Condé Nast including GQ, WIRED, Vanity Fair, Vogue and Glamour.

  • Digital Project Manager at Condé Nast
    London, United Kingdom
    November 2011 - November 2014 (3 years)

  • Digital Designer at WIRED, GQ & Vanity Fair Magazines
    London, United Kingdom
    February 2011 - November 2011 (9 months)