About Paul Moldovanos – The man behind TheClayman.com

Paul Moldovanos – The man behind TheClayman.com

Paul Moldovanos – The Creative Force Behind TheClayman.com

Paul Moldovanos – The Creative Force Behind TheClayman.com

A Multifaceted Creative Talent

Paul Moldovanos, founder of TheClayman.com, is a distinguished creative professional based on the picturesque west coast of Canada. His artistic journey is marked by versatility, covering a broad spectrum of disciplines including cartoon and whimsical art, fine art, graphic design, illustration, photography, sculpture, and animation production.

A Career Defined by Diversity and Accomplishment

Paul’s journey in the world of art and animation has been both varied and impactful. His initial acclaim came with his cartoon work being published in MAD Magazine, a milestone that set the stage for a flourishing career. Paul’s remarkable portfolio boasts collaborations with esteemed clients such as the US Army Corps of Engineers, the BC Children’s Hospital Foundation, DDB Advertising Agency, and Artists for Conservation, among others. For larger productions, Paul’s extensive network allows him to team up with local and international industry professionals, assembling world-class teams to bring any project, regardless of its scale, to life within reasonable budgets.

From Apprentice to Master in Clay Stop Motion Animation

Paul’s foray into clay stop motion animation began under the mentorship of Lisa Jane Gray and David Bowes at Bowes Productions. His apprenticeship there laid the foundation for his expertise in this unique medium, contributing to projects for Pharmasave, Lotus Awards, BCAA, and Fuji TV’s Hiroki Pontiki’s Tongue Twister shorts. His collaboration with Lisa Jane Gray on several projects is a testament to his commitment to the art form and his capacity to foster creative partnerships.

Recognition and Media Spotlight

TheClayman.com studio, under Paul’s leadership, has garnered attention and acclaim, featuring on platforms such as Vancouver’s City TV “Breakfast Television”, CHUM Television’s “VILand Parade”, Canwest Global’s “Go”, and Partner’s in Motion’s “Very Odd Jobs”. The studio’s work and Paul’s creative direction have also been celebrated on numerous popular industry blogs.

A Tribute to Collaboration and Future Aspirations

Paul extends his heartfelt gratitude to the many talented friends, colleagues, and partners he has worked with over the years. His career, enriched by these collaborations, continues to be a journey of artistic exploration and excellence. Paul looks forward to rekindling past partnerships and embarking on new creative ventures.

Discover More

To explore Paul’s diverse array of photography work, visit Moldovanos.com.