• We’re Hiring!

    Motion graphics and animation have always been at the core of the studio’s work and we have a vacancy for an experienced Motion Graphics Designer / Animator with an immediate start, working out of our Glasgow studio. You will have an opportunity to take projects from concept to final delivery and on large multidisciplinary work as a core team member working alongside live action directors, producers, programmers and researchers.

    Full job description and details on how to apply here



  • Al Salam Palace Museum

    We were in Kuwait last week installing some of the 80+ immersive audio visual exhibits we have created for the Al Salam Palace Museum.

    The former royal residency was built in the 1960s and severely damaged during the Iraqi invasion. Restoration began in 2015 and the Palace will soon be returned to its former glory, housing a variety of touchscreen interactives, projected films and holographic displays that collectively tell the story of Kuwait through its fifteen rulers.


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  • Sheffield Doc Fest 2019

    Our Immersive Experiences Researcher & KTP associate Verena Henn is at Sheffield Doc Fest this weekend experiencing the latest 360 films in the Alternate Realities VR Cinema and learning about cognition, perception and challenging the norm within digital experience design from Google’s Tea Uglow.

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    On Friday we hosted an exhibition of experimental animation presented by Anim8 X.

    The selected works were a response to an open call for submissions on the theme FUTURE. Exhibiting artists included Butler Brothers, Jay Darlington, Sandrine Deumier, Gabriel Gabriel Garble, and Andy Sowerby.

    More information about Anim8X here


  • RICS Awards 2019

    Three Scottish projects we worked on this year have won at the RICS Awards 2019.

    V&A Dundee picked up the award in the Tourism and Leisure category. Aberdeen Music Hall won the Community Benefit award, and Mackintosh at the Willow won Project of the Year – big congratulations to all three.

  • Animated Women Scotland | Launch

    Iso’s Head of Production, Justine Leahy is one of the volunteers for the newly established Animated Women Scotland – an organisation that supports, celebrates and encourages women working in Animation and VFX in Scotland. The launch event was held at the Voodoo rooms in Edinburgh with attendees from a variety of creative backgrounds and industries, we’re proud to be part of this inspiring group.

    More information about Animated Women UK here


  • Subculture 25

    Where did that time go? We’ve spent over 20 years working with the good folk at the legendary Sub Club where we’ve developed some of the clubs most distinctive print and promo campaigns, alongside the sub website, films, special events and installations.

    For Subculture’s 25th anniversary we’ve created some “audio augmented artwork” working alongside long time sub snapper and Glasgow photographic legend Brian Sweeney.

    A limited edition series of images, flyers and posters will be appearing across the city, all enhanced with an exclusive mix from Domenic. See you on the dance floor – Sat 4th May.


  • National Wallace Monument

    The National Wallace Monument re-opens today, celebrating it’s 150th anniversary with a complete refurbishment.

    We were commissioned to create the centrepiece film for the new Hall of Arms, it follows the emotional journey of Wallace’s life, his rise to prominence, the victory at the Battle of Stirling Bridge and his elevation to national icon.

    Our team worked with illustrator Richard Anderson to create an animated film with a bold, monochromatic illustrative style, an immersive 5:1 soundtrack was created by Giles Lamb with narration delivered in eight languages.

  • Plymouth Filming

    On location in Plymouth shooting interviews for a collection of documentary films we’re making for The Box — Plymouth’s brand new museum. We visited several important archeological sites including Kitley and Cattledown Caves, and scientists talked us through their current research at The Plymouth Marine Laboratory.

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  • UWS Immersive Symposium and VR Exhibition

    We were at the University of the West of Scotland’s Creative Media Academy today for a UWS Immersive symposium on Virtual Reality and its uses in higher education. BAFTA award winning producer Catherine Allen of Limina Immersive was the keynote speaker who spoke about learning through immersion.

    There were also a number of interesting panel discussions from areas of psychology, healthcare, computing, heritage and design. Our KTP associate Verena Henn joined one of the panels to present her latest research into prototyping immersive experiences for the Cultural Sector.