Little Moon Animation Taps New Creative Director


The Ireland-based CG animation studio Little Moon Animation has appointed six-time Emmy nominee David McCamley as its creative director.

McCamley has over three decades of experience in the animation industry, having worked on projects such as The Lion King and Tarzan for Walt Disney Feature Animation. His most recent tenure as director of visual development at Brown Bag Films saw McCamley overseeing the visual development of series such as Ada Twist, Scientist; Let’s Get Rolling with Otis; Peter Rabbit; and, most recently, Eva the Owlet.

Vanessa Robinson, CEO of Little Moon Animation, said, “We are absolutely thrilled to welcome David McCamley to the team. His extraordinary talent and unique storytelling ability will undoubtedly contribute to our mission of creating inspiring and unforgettable animated content for children and families. David’s experience and expertise will be invaluable in our pursuit of new creative horizons and in charting a course for Little Moon Animation’s continued future growth within the industry.”

Eoghan Garvey, CCO of Little Moon Animation, added, “At Little Moon Animation, we believe in pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in animation. With David on board, we will continue to explore new ways of telling stories and creating experiences that captivate audiences of all ages. His creative spirit and exceptional skill set fit seamlessly with the innovative approach our studio is taking to develop and deliver high-quality content. We’re confident that David will be instrumental in shaping the next generation of groundbreaking animated content for our studio.”

McCamley said, “I am incredibly excited to join the talented team at Little Moon Animation and embark on this new adventure. Their commitment to innovation, storytelling and captivating audiences aligns perfectly with my own passion for creating meaningful and impactful content. Together, I’m looking forward to pushing the boundaries of animation and bringing inspiring stories to life for audiences around the world.”