artist & educator
After graduating from art school in the 1980’s, Angie Taylor worked as a prop-maker. She then became a motion graphic designer and demo artist for Adobe in the 1990’s, writing books and giving seminars on motion graphics and animation.
These days Angie spends her days making sculpture and animation in VR. She is an active artist in the cryptoart community, selling her work on Superrare.
Angie also teaches others how to make a living from art, design & animation. She runs a private art school near Brighton called Creative Cabin. Here she offers online and one-to-one, bespoke training to designers & artists all over the world. She also teaches on the MA Digital Media Arts at University of Brighton.
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Tutorials on design & animation
In this tutorial, Angie Taylor demonstrates how to use the amazing width tool in Adobe illustrator...
After Effects Expressions for Premiere Pro Editors is a creative, project-based workshop. Editors...
Expression language tutorial - taught by Angie Taylor as part of the After Effects Expressions for...
Angie's new course, After Effects expressions for Premiere Pro editors is available now. You can...
Creating 3D fire in After Effects If your budget doesn’t stretch to pricey plug-in filters you...
From: Creating Project Templates with After Effects
What People Are Saying About My Work
“Of all the After Effects books I looked at whilst trying to learn it,
I found Angie’s was the most user friendly and creative.”
I think having a good ‘mentor’ is something that is under-appreciated in today’s age of impersonal video tutorials, useful though they are. Interacting with someone who can not only answer your questions but inspire you, will allow anyone to improve faster than they may have thought possible. I believe a session, or simply a conversation with Angie Taylor will certainly be enough to convince you of this.”
Ernesto Rogata, Senior Video Editor, BSkyB
When I became an Adobe trainer myself I realized even more thoroughly how excellent a teacher Angie is. She is always perfectly prepared and happy to answer any questions, provide training material, exercises and useful links; perhaps even more importantly a day of training with Angie does not end then: she is always willing to follow-up and to keep in touch; to help further with detailed emails, by sending files, checking projects and solving specific technical issues.
It’s been a pleasure and an honor to meet and work with Angie, who is a lovely person as well as a brilliant professional in her field.”
focus on creating their designs and not get bogged down in
technical jargon… Angie has a knack for demystifying the intricacies
of After Effects and coming up with creative uses of the features.”
Steve Kilisky, Senior Product Manager, After Effects, Adobe Systems Inc.
brings gasps of awe from seasoned and beginner audiences
alike… you will enjoy this book immensely.”