Thanks for stopping by. My name is Bukela Campbell also known as Bela and I’m a freelance motion designer, art director and illustrator currently based in Frankfurt, Germany. I work collaboratively — and often remotely — with advertising agencies, design studios, directors and various other clients.
I studied Media Design in the University of Applied Science in Nuremberg, where I fell in love with animation. After graduating I moved to Frankfurt and started working as an Art Director in 2007. Drawing, painting, my camera and learning new things is part of my life and gives me always new impulses.
Since 2015 I’m a part-time lecturer for motion design and animation at the University of Applied Science for Media Design in Nuremberg.
I’m always happy to hear about new projects! I love it when people have great ideas to work on, so if you have something in mind, get in touch. If you would like to know more about me, drop me a line e.mail
What I do
2D/ 3D animation.
× Art Direction
I had the opportunity to collaborate with some amazing clients.
Audi // BASF // BCplus // BIG // BMZ // Brita // Continental // DAK // Deutsche Bahn // DLR // GIZ // HAWA DAWA // Hessischer Rundfunk // Hyundai // KFW // KIA Motors // Master Card // Mercedes // Merck // NINTENDO // OTTO // Porsche // Ronnefeldt // Schüco // Siemens // Silbergold // Sodastream // Springer // Thomas Sabo // Toyota // Union Invest // Unity Media // Volkswagen // WDR // WISAG // ZDF neo // ZDF // 3Sat
Learning new things…
Those mentors pushed me out of my comfort zone.
Character Design for Animation with Nate Wragg
Character Design for Production with Nate Wragg
Art Direction for Character Designers with Nate Wragg
The Art of Color and Light with Kristy Kay
Traditional 2D Animation with Andrew Chestworth
Awards + Screenings
Animago Award, if communication design award, International Advertising Awards, International Eyes & Ears Award, Le Festival des passages in Paris, Internationales Festival der Filmhochschulen Munich, MIT European Short Film Festival in Cambridge, appreciation of my diploma „mayu“