Intense Animation Studio taps The Pacific West Communications to drive its Marketing Communications

Services to be delivered include comprehensive integrated marketing campaigns incorporating new media channels such as Second Life and development of strategic business relationships with organizations and groups in the computer graphics and animation sector in the Asia-Pacific Region.

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Intense Animation Studio today announced that it will tap the expertise of The Pacific West Communications to drive its marketing communications initiatives across the Asia-Pacific region.

The Pacific West Communications will develop comprehensive, integrated marketing campaigns to drive awareness and lead-generation of Intense Animation Studio’s services.

“We are pleased to select The Pacific West Communications as our agency of record to assist us in developing our marketing initiatives for the region.” said Tony Sealy, Managing Director, Intense Animation Studio. “We look forward to a fruitful partnership that will see The Pacific West Communications employ various innovative new media marketing strategies.”

“We will leverage the power of new media channels including Second Life to assist Intense Animation Studio in developing important regional communities.” said Andrew Peters, Asia-Pacific Regional Director, The Pacific West Communications. “This will help raise awareness of the Intense Animation Studio brand of services.”

Furthermore, The Pacific West Communications will assist Intense Animation Studio in developing strategic business relationships with organizations and groups in the computer graphics and animation sector in the Asia-Pacific Region.

Intense Animation Studio incorporates a production company, Cheeky Animation that specializes in the creation of character animation for TV programming, television commercials, games, corporate logos and mobile content.

Intense Animation Studio aims to promote greater awareness of its animation production services. In 2006, the studio developed a light-hearted animated TV pilot entitled “11” about the adventures of a fictional football club, Billingham F.C. The production featured celebrity voiceovers by Sheikh Haikel and Deanna Yusoff. Recently Intense completed work on another original aniamtion property entitled “The Travels of Wiglington and Wenks”, an adaptation from the children’s books of the same name. During both of these productions, Intense contracted a number of it’s outstanding graduates who gained valuable experience at the top level of animation production.

In addition to its animation production services, Intense Animation Studio also provides 3D animation training. Since 2004, it has been providing specialist training classes at its own facility.

Courses include a Specialist Diploma in Computer Animation and Professional Certificates in Character Animation, Visual Effects and Editing & Compositing. Students benefit from an extremely attentive teaching environment with a maximum 1-8 teacher-student ratio. Intense’s teaching staff have over 30 years of combined industry experience with an extensive advisory board comprised of animation and post-production veterans from the U.S., Australia and Europe.

Intense Animation Studio has been awarded CaseTrust for Education by the Consumer Association of Singapore (CASE) and students local and foreign are protected under the CASE Student Protection Scheme (SPS). Students can be assured of the quality of services provided by the studio.

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