Miranda Peyton Jones is an Illustration Animation graduate from Kingston University, London. She grew up in Southeast London, raised by her composer Father and audio producer Mother.

Her work is characterised by its playfulness, sensitivity and expressive editing. As a storyteller, her work predominantly features 3D stop motion with particular attention paid to sound design.

Miranda studied a Foundation Diploma at Camberwell College of Arts before attending Kingston University. She has worked on a range of projects: from animated book trailers commissioned by Penguin, to community mural painting in Barcelona.

Her graduate film, ‘Jeremy, my Father’ won Best Student Film at the ARFF Berlin International Awards.

‘Jeremy, my Father,’ is a poignant film which attempts to navigate bereavement following suicide. Through animation, archival footage, and sound, director Miranda Peyton Jones guides us to the heart of her grief, love and loss. The voices of her family and her father’s music underscore this deeply personal, powerful, and poignant film.

See website or Vimeo for film trailer and other animation projects.