Uli Meyer

Uli moved to London from his native Germany in 1986, upon the invitation of Richard Williams, to animate on "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?".He spent three months working with Disney veteran Art Babbit in Los Angeles.Uli helped to set up Amblimation (later to become DreamWorks Animation) in the late eighties.On American Tail 2 Uli designed all of the new characters and supervised the animation on several sequences. He set up his own studio in 1991 where he has since directed well over 450 commercials. On the feature film side Uli Meyer Studios employed over 100 artists on Warner Bros."Space Jam" and produced the largest part of the animation for the 1996 blockbuster. Uli's team has produced work for Disney's "Circle of Life" Lion King special and animated a sequence of the Oscar nominated short film 'Runaway Brain' for WDFA. Uli Meyer Animation ventured into CGI Animation in 1997, producing the animation for the CGI creature version of 'Spider Smith' in 'Lost in Space'. Several other CGI projects have won Gold awards on festivals around the world.His company has also produced animated TV series and specials. In 2001 the 52 episode series entitled 'The Lampies' was the highest rating kids show in it's category. Uli Meyer Animation is today one of the leading animation houses in the UK, employing some of the best animation designers and directors. Uli is currently in pre-production of an animated feature film which he is directing. 
We customized his Montblanc 146 to a fine flexible point with more generous ink flow and customized a Pelikan stock Italic nib that was part of our normal service at no charge.  
To see a selection of the studio's work, please visit www.ulimeyer.com