Artist Paul Moldovanos ( aka The Clayman )

Artist Paul Moldovanos ( aka The Clayman )

Founder of, Paul Moldovanos is a multi-disciplined creative professional living in Canada’s beautiful west coast. His diversified styles include cartoon and whimsy, fine art, graphic design, illustration, photography, sculpture and animation production.

The Clayman’s  cartoon work was first published in MAD Magazine which helped launch a career with a client’s list including the US Army Corps of Engineers, the BC Children’s Hospital Foundation, Pfizer Pharmaceuticals and DDB Advertising Agency to name a few. ( click for full client’s list ) .  Paul works with both local and international industry professionals and production veterans, and can assemble world class teams for projects of any size with reasonable budgets.

Paul’s career in clay stop motion animation began as an apprentice under Lisa Jane Gray and David Bowes from Bowes Productions where he worked on projects including commercials for Pharmasave, Lotus Awards and BCAA and Fuji TV’s Hiroki Pontiki’s Tongue Twister shorts. Years later he partnered with Lisa Jane Gray on several projects for before her untimely passing. studio has been featured on Vancouver’s City TV “Breakfast Television”, CHUM Television’s “VILand Parade”, Canwest Global’s “Go”, Partner’s in Motion production of “Very Odd Jobs” and several popular industry blogs.

As an Animation Producer, he is on the Board of Directors for the Aquafriends Foundation raising awareness for the international Garbage Patch in the Pacific Gyre. To date, The Clayman and Associates provided and created all concept art, character sets and props designs, storyboards and animatics, 3D character, set and prop cad models, full rigs ready for animating.

Special thanks to the many talented friends, colleagues and partners I’ve had the privilege of working with over the past 10+ years! I look forward to working with many of you again!

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