Fuzzy Duck launched in 2004 and has grown from a single room above a barber shop to a flourishing creative studio based in the heart of MediaCityUK. We are a collective of film-makers, animators, producers, designers, illustrators and storytellers and have built a reputation for crafting much-loved stories.
We have a strong presence across the heritage and exhibition industry in the UK and Europe as well as in the corporate sector. Our clients range from United Utilities to Manchester United, and from the Cooperative Bank to the National Trust, but all have one thing in common: a love for their organisation and a passion to succeed in forging strong relationships with their audience.
We are fortunate enough to have worked on many exciting projects, including the exhibitions listed below. We are storytellers at heart, and with complete focus on the brief, our creative teams collaborate to find the best way to tell your story.
John Lennon’s House (National Trust)
Liverpool Maritime Museum
Manchester United Museum
Museum of Science & Industry
Museum of Zoology
National Football Museum
Quarry Bank Mill
The Royal Armouries
“We worked with Fuzzy Duck on a range of new AV and multi-media exhibits as part of a gallery redevelopments at Discovery Point, Dundee which opened at Easter 2018.
From their initial tender proposal we could tell that Fuzzy Duck were going to give their all to the project. They put a lot of time and thought into understanding our needs and aspirations and also researched the subject matter thoroughly. They had a great team of people on the project – professional, obliging and client-focused. Most importantly they were very creative!
‘The Adventure Begins’, the major new AV film they produced for us, has a great script, some sensitive live filming with actors on the ship and imaginative use of historical source material, much of it brought to life with effective animation techniques.
We would highly recommend Fuzzy Duck and look forward to working with them again ourselves on other projects in the future.”