Peter Bielicki has enjoyed an animated film production career for over thirty years. His experience covers a broad range of disciplines ranging from production and concept design, layout art, background styling and execution, storyboard art, workbook, scene planning for multiplane, script writing, art direction and direction. He has worked in the United States, Europe and Canada for a number of high profile studios such as Crawley Films, Nelvana, Animation House, Passion Pictures, Walt Disney Television U.K., and Walt Disney Feature Animation in Los Angeles. The span of Peter's career has involved work in television commercials, series work as well as internationally released feature films. Additionally Peter has spent time teaching layout and design concepts at the Sheridan College Animation program. Recently Peter Bielicki has been working on a number of personal projects - namely Graphic Novel projects with a view to future development as film properties. Peter started his career in 1983 doing layouts for series television animation in Canada. He is known for layouts in The Racoons television series, Droids, Teddy Ruxpin, Once Upon A Forest movie, The Magic Voyage, Happy The Littlest Bunny, It's Punky Brewster and the second Care Bears movie. He joined Walt Disney Television London in 1989 and then moved to Walt Disney Paris in 1995. Currently he is a concept artist for Hahn Films and spent 2001-2003 working for Noitaminanimation and 2004-2009 working with Anglinbay Entertainment. Other credits include: The Great Heap in 1986, all eight Goodtimes Entertainment animation productions and Hippo Tub Company which the animation studio is based in Halifax, Nova Scotia known as Cage Digital in 2001 and Mia And Me in 2001 doing set designs for March Entertainment.

He is Layout Artist for April Pooh on The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh.

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