Check out the links below to view Zoe's animated work. Zoe's recent music video for Grammy Award Winning Artist, Amy Wadge, was released in early

March 2020. Her newest animation for Britain's Got Talent stars SOS from the Kids is our now as part of WWF's future visions project.  

Can You Imagine - SOS From the Kids.  Animation by Zoe Barnish.

When Britain's Got Talent stars SOS from the Kids asked Zoe  to illustrate and animate the video for their latest single, it was always going to be a huge YES. The animation is featured in WWF's Future Visions project, alongside Benjamin Zephaniah and Kae Tempest, to mark the launch of David Attenbourgh's new film 'A life on Our Planet'. To find out more about the project or to purchase the charity single visit

When Did You Get Old? - Amy Wadge. Produced and mixed by Alex Stacey. Video by Zoe Barnish.

Zoe was commissioned to create this illustrated music video for Grammy Award Winning Singer/Songwriter Amy Wadge's latest single. The video captures snapshots of moment between a daughter and her parents, and the inevitable changes that occur over the decades. 

'World in Danger' - Frankie Morland. Illustration, animation & production by Zoe Barnish. 

Featured on: THIS MORNING with Holly and Phil (ITV)  -  ITV National News  - Sky News  -  BBC News  - The Mirror (print and online)  - The Free Postcode Lottery  - FYI Kids (Sky).  The video is accompanied by an illustrated children's picture book of the same name published by DK Penguin Random House. Artwork from the film has been used to create a collection of learning resources about climate change - available to download on the Teachers Pet website.

'Tightrope - Rich Austin. 

Illustration, Animation and production by Zoe Barnish. A music video for Rich Austin

'Tiger's Moon'

Animation by Zoe Barnish. Music by longzijun. Part of Zoe's 'Bringing art to life' series. The art brought to life in this short animation is 'Tiger and the Moon' by Zoe Barnish (available in print form). 

'Subordinate Clause Super Heros'

Animation by Zoe Barnish. Music by longzijun. A short animation using a Superhero and Side kick to explain the subordinate clause in a sentence.  Initial development in conjunction with Bright Button Productions.