Stacy Bias Animation and Illustration

Your Stories are Moving.

…the stories of your research, the stories in your data, the story of your project, your clients, or yourself. Stories are the most powerful tools in the world for creating empathy, understanding and engagement! As an artist with a 20 year history of activism, I am uniquely positioned to help you harness the power of your stories in illustration and animation.

CLIENTS

Stacy is so wonderful to work with – her quirky, engaging and entertaining illustrations are brilliant and really bring things to life. As well as sourcing voiceovers, Stacy also makes helpful suggestions about scripts that really make the final illustrations first class. I recommend Stacy to you without hesitation!

Prof Peter Hopkins
Dean of Social Justice, Newcastle University

Stacy Bias is an extraordinarily gifted animator. She is not only an excellent artist, but she approaches the subject matter with uncommon sensitivity and an eye toward inclusion and diversity. I enjoyed working with Stacy at every stage, particularly as we carefully selected visual metaphors to help explain complex topics. I am looking forward to with her again on future projects.

Prof Susan E. Morgan
Assoc. Provost for Research Development, UMiami

Stacy Bias is an amazing collaborator! She asks relevant questions and listens to make sure she understands the goals of the project, and she does research to help make sure she is knowledgeable about the issues. Stacy is very creative in her approach. Her ability to take complex and abstract ideas and create visuals that make them easy to understand makes her projects truly exceptional. Stacy is very responsive and professional and I couldn’t imagine a better person to work with.

Prof. Tyler R. Harrison
Communication Studies, UMiami

Stacy’s work is second to none. She has an amazing ability to tell powerful and moving stories that amplify rather than belittle the voices of participants. A real strength of her work is her ability to work sensitively and empathetically to tell the stories of marginalised people’s experiences of stigmatisation in a way that encourages others to step outside of their positions of privilege and see things from another perspective. I cannot recommend her highly enough.

Dr. Bethan Evans
Human Geography, University of Liverpool
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