Onur is an award-winning designer and director.
He studied traditional painting and figure drawing followed by an animation degree awarded by a Bachelor of Fine Arts. He took part in several international and national collaborative exhibitions with works in both print and animation.
He directed Pens for Amnesty International which won a Lion in Cannes in 2014 followed by 13 other awards from the Clio Awards, LIA, Eurobest, Epica, Shots Awards, Cristal and the Art Director’s Club in Paris in 2015.
He also gave birth to the art direction of the opening titles of David Fincher’s version of “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” by combining his design, animation and creative direction.
Onur considers himself to be a perfectionist and he meticulously works on projects from start to finish to achieve outstanding work.
Renowned around the world, Onur has directed for international brands such as Lipton, Chocapic, Arcelik, Nestle, Audi, Unilever and EA.