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Profile: Matt Rogers
The animated short film 'Youssou N'Dour' by the Australian graphics artist can be seen on Al Jazeera Frames.
Last Modified: 20 Jan 2011 09:01 GMT

Matt Rogers is a freelance web designer and and graphics artist based in Perth, Western Australia. He is currently studying Urban and Regional Planning at Curtin University.

In August 2010 he created Rogers Creations with the aim of creating and sharing high class designs and knowledge, and the Rogers Creations blog was launched to provide free web design advice and as personal blog.

Matt says: "I have always made websites, videos and drawings and I grew up always uploading my creations on to the internet. Now I make these videos for people and companies all around the world."

On Al Jazeera Frames you can watch Youssou N'Dour, an animated short film using words of the popular Senegalese musician.

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