Alice Loveday Dupré is a London born Animation Director and Illustrator. Now based in Sydney she works in a variety of fields from feature films to commercials and online content.
Alice discovered animation at Kingston University, where she did her Foundation Diploma in Art and Design before going on to a BA(hons) in Illustration and Animation. While at university she was awarded the Germ Viral 2007 Award, and her graduation film was shortlisted for a British Animation Award in 2008. She started her career as a freelance animator for companies such as Not To Scale, VooDooDog, and Partizan and was signed to Sherbet as a Director shortly after graduating in late 2008. In 2010 she began to dabble in the world of feature films as an animator on Edgar Wright's 'Scott Pilgrim Vs the World' and as part of the art department on Martin Scorsese's 'Hugo', as well as in 2013, supervising the animatics team for Kenneth Branagh's ‘Cinderella’.
Between films she loves developing her own style in the commercial and music world using 2D and Stop Motion, while constantly exploring new and exciting techniques. She has directed for clients such as Disney XD, Ikea, Weet-bix, Pilot Pens, TFL, Natwest, Age UK and Iggy Pop as well as being part of larger projects for Nina Ricci, Diesel and Sony to name a few.
Walt Disney Studios
Animatics Supervisor and designer
Art Department Assistant
‘Scott Pilgrim vs The World’
Graphics Coordinator and Animator
2016 AEAF - Bronze for 'Disney XD'
2015 AEAF - Special Merit for 'Dylan's Story'
2012 British Animation Awards - Runner up for 'Mixtape'
2009 British Animation Awatds - 'Any Excuse' shortlisted
2007 Germ Viral Award - Gold for 'Cardboard Cars'