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Get to know Nick Teper, digital artist

Nick Teper, digital artist, has been with us in our Boston studio for a year and a half. Nick originally thought he wanted to be a comic book artist but found a passion for animation and digital art in college. We’re glad he did! When Nick isn’t working with the 3D team at Neoscape, he enjoys jumping out of planes, snowboarding, skiing and seeking other thrills with friends.

Get to know Nick below. Want to be part of his team? Good news, we’re hiring!

 

What do you enjoy most about working at Neoscape?

The people I work with. Besides the fact that everyone here is down-to-earth and friendly, everyone brings something unique and valuable to the table for the projects we work on.

 

What has been your favorite project to work on at Neoscape? Why?

My favorite project has been Akridge 1760 Reston Parkway. There was a lot of animation I worked on in that project, and I really like animation.

 

How did you become interested in digital artistry?

I originally wanted to be a comic book artist and I was looking around at schools for graphic design. While touring a school they introduced me to the animation program, which was something I never even considered as a career. I ended up becoming so interested in the craft I switched over to digital art and animation as my major.

 

When you’re not working at Neoscape, what activities do you enjoy doing for fun?

I draw and illustrate tons of stuff. Even though I don’t want to be a comic book artist professionally, I still love to draw and come up with ideas for comic books. I also play tons of video games, read and work out. Sometimes I go thrill seeking with friends in the office like climbing mountains or skydiving. I’m a well-balanced nerd.

 

What is your favorite winter activity?

Snowboarding. When I can manage it, I love wasting an entire day to skiing or snowboarding. It’s exhilarating while it’s happening and you feel great for the next few days afterward.

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