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Richard Cullen is a British animator and music video director.

He trained as a theatre director at the Rose Bruford College in London, and later studied film theory at the University of Westminster. He directed and designed productions for a number of fringe and experimental theatres, including Battersea Arts Centre and the Institute of Contemporary Arts, and also worked alongside companies such as Improbable theatre, Complicite, Shared Experience, and the late Ken Campbell.

As well as directing music videos, he has worked with digital media agency onedotzero to create bespoke video content for concert tours, including Darren Hayes' Time Machine and DarkLight Tours, George Michael's 25 Live Tour and Keane's Perfect Symmetry.

In 2008 he was nominated for a BIMA award for his work on the video for Darren Hayes' "Who Would Have Thought", and in 2009 was nominated for the UK Music Video Awards for his mixed media video for The Candle Thieves' "The Sunshine Song".

His work has appeared in festivals (including Hong Kong's Clockenflap), Ralph Larmann's 'Stage Design' (published by daab, and featuring his work for George Michael), and in magazines such as Digital Arts and Total Production.

In 2009 he directed and animated the Darren Hayes' DVD This Delicate Film We've Made.

Through his own studio 'Pixelfing', he often produces work for onedotzero in London, and Duck Studios in Los Angeles.

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