Tony Pritchett (1938 – 2017) was a British computer animation pioneer.
His career began in 1963 at Elliot Automation, when as a failed salesman he was “swapped to the computing department”.
Over the next two decades, he worked alongside like-minded pioneers, trying to “make computers make pictures”.

Tony was modest and spoke highly of friends and colleagues.

You can hear some of the fascinating stories he told about the birth of the British computer animation industry HERE.

Still from Tony's independent film, 'Night Ferry' (1980)