Fiona Dalwood is an Australian director, animator, artist and illustrator with a passion for traditional 2D and stop-motion animation. She seeks to explore the world we live in through telling stories about life's ups, downs and in-betweens — but mostly the downs because they're the funniest. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Drawing) and a Masters of Film & Television (Animation) at the Victorian College of the Arts.
Fiona's graduating film 'Good Grief' is a claymation documentary that has screened worldwide at major film festivals in cities including New York, St Kilda, Melbourne, Hamburg, London, Seoul, Tokyo and Mexico. She was nominated for a 2013 ATOM Award, a 2013 Australian Director's Guild Award, and was chosen to participate in the National Film & Sound Archive's ongoing Heath Ledger Young Artist Oral History project. Her freelance clients have included LEGO, Channel 31, Melbourne University and Monster & Bear Productions.