|Born||in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
|Nickname||Harrold the Flying Sheep|
|Height||5' 10¾" (1.8 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Born in beautiful Vancouver, Canada, Philip graduated from Sheridan College's Classical Animation program in the summer of 1993 and by the beginning of 1994, was working for George Lucas's Industrial Light and Magic as a CG animator on the project "Casper". In 1999, after nearly seven years and working on such projects as "Jumanji", "Flubber" and "Star Wars, Episode One", Philip left ILM to work at c.o.r.e. digital pictures in Toronto Canada on the Gemini-Award winning animation series "Angela Anaconda". By 2007, Philip had worked on projects ranging from "Santa Claus 2", "Modigliani", "Need for Speed: Underground", "Das Gespenst von Canterville", and "Charlotte's Web". In 2007, he made what was supposed to be a brief 3-month stint into New Delhi, India, teaching computer animation, turn into a four year precedent-making joint venture of Centennial College of Canada and Maharishi Group-owned Picasso Animation College as Academic Head and National Lead Professor. In 2011, Philip made his way back to Canada started up his own animation and design company, "Harrold the Flying Sheep", working on a variety of projects such as character and effects animation, company re-branding, and graphics imagery. From 2015, as the lead animator at Mavericks VFX, Philip has worked on a variety of television and movie projects, in particular "Man Seeking Woman" and "The House with a Clock in its Walls", starring Jack Black and Cate Blanchett.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Philip Alexy