Morten Rowley – Supervixen Studios



Morten Rowley co-founded the Sydney based creative studio Supervixen with Daniel Bavell in 2009. The studio offers creative and production services across a variety of disciplines to brands and to the film industry. They’re involved in all stages of a project which means ideation all the way to execution, happens in-house. This ensures a consistent and smooth approach to all projects they work on. They have extensive experience in both advertising and film that reflects in the variety of services they offer as well as in their diversity of work. Supervixen take the best from both worlds and apply a blended creative approach.

Before co-founding Supervixen, Morten started out his career in fine arts, going on to working with film makers as a story board and concept artist, then moved into realtime 3D animation, programming and motion design. Ultimately Morten worked as art director for such companies as Tronic Studios and Digital Kitchen in New York, and Animal Logic in Australia. Morten was the character designer of the now infamous Wrigley’s chewing gum characters, the Scion “Transformer” robot design, titles design for the film ‘Australia’, and many other high end conceptual installations. Recent projects with Daniel Bavell at Supervixen include directing TVCs for HotelsCombined, concept illustrations for IBM, creating visual identity assets for the documentary “For The Love of Meat” Art direction and VFX for the Films American Pastoral, The Boy, Vatican Tapes, Underworld – Blood Wars and the upcoming film “Kin”. As well as an artwork featured at VIVID Lights Festival in Sydney.