Robert Valley is one of the most avant-garde and innovative digital artists in the field of visual arts.
Born in Vancouver in the late sixties, Robert lived in his hometown until graduation, then moved to San Francisco, the city of great opportunities.
The young Robert begins his career early enough, in his early twenties, in fact, is started working on commercials and storyboards on animated television series.
But Robert is not simply a good artist and his creative potential certainly does not go unnoticed.
The opportunity to demonstrate his great skills in the world of animation comes when he is chosen to collaborate on the creation of Æon Flux, a US animated science-fiction series that has over the years had a great success globally.
At the end of the 90s, he created a company in San Francisco, Maverix Studios, but then returned to freelance and collaborated with clients from all over the world.
Certainly, the name of Robert Valley is associated with one of the most iconic bands of the new millennium, the Gorillaz, with whom he established a collaboration and for which he made several music videos.
His works are always elegant and extremely fluid. He also won an Oscar nomination for Best Animated Short Film, Pear Cider and Cigarettes.