Alkemy X Signs Animation and Design Collective Mighty Oak
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Alkemy X has added animation and design collective Mighty Oak to their roster for U.S. commercial representation. With cultivated expertise in handmade animation techniques and design fused with live-action, Mighty Oak uses this artistic approach to craft campaigns for brands and networks including General Electric, Netflix, Luna Bar, HBO, Samsung NBC, Airbnb, Conde Nast, Adult Swim and The New York Times.
Led by CEO/Executive Producer Jess Peterson, Head of Creative Talent Emily Collins and Creative Director Michaela Olsen, the award-winning collective has garnered over 3 billion collective online views. Mighty Oak’s first original short film, “Under Covers,” premiered at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. Helmed by Olsen, the quirky stop-motion short features hand-made puppets and forced perspective sets to glimpse into the unsuspecting lives and secrets of a small town that rest below the surface.
Notes Alkemy X Executive Producer Eve Ehrich, “I was immediately struck by the extreme care that Mighty Oak takes on each and every frame of their work. Their handmade style and fresh approach really make for dynamic, memorable animation, regardless of the concept. We’re thrilled to have them partner with Alkemy X to continue to expand their scope of work.”
Adds Mighty Oak CEO/EP Jess Peterson, “We are passionate about collaborating with our clients from the earliest stages, working together to craft original character designs and creating work that is memorable and fun. In partnership with Alkemy X, we can use our art form to help brands and agencies share their unique stories.”
Launched in 2015, female animation powerhouse Mighty Oak began in a small studio space in Brooklyn, rapidly drawing a client base of top brands. In addition to their dynamic work, they have also dedicated their talents to craft original projects that would help move the needle for other women in the underrepresented area of animation. The boutique studio maintains a hands-on approach in their work, continuing to gain momentum for their highly detailed, stylized visuals, which have been covered in top publications including Fast Company and Mashable.