Etienne Cipriani graduated at the University of Westminster in London, UK, in 2014 with a Bachelor of Honors in Animation. After a year working for an animation company in Rome, his hometown, he decided to pursue his film career in New York City.
The opportunity came under a first collaboration with the K=1 Project’s film team, when he made K=1 Project’s first stop motion animation short: Amalia. Since then, Etienne has continued his collaboration with the K=1 Project in the making of different animations, documentaries, and illustrated art-work. His most noticeable work is the K=1 Project short animated movie: The Little Puppy, a Nuclear Fairytale, based on the popular short story The Little Puppy that could by Martin Amis. The movie will be posted on the website in the next couple of months.
Etienne hope is to continue to bring to screen and other media platforms more of his films and art-work focused on different social issues that still linger in society, such as the issue of nuclear proliferation and its consequences.