In 1995, Stevenhagen co-founded and was company director of the animation company Stardust Pictures Ltd. in London. The company handled outsourced feature sequences for major motion picture studios. Stevenhagen moved to Berlin in 2000 to develop his own projects. In 2002, he returned to London and since then has worked on feature films and commercials.
Stevenhagen's feature film credits include the Academy Award-winning film Wallace & Gromit in the Curse of the Were-Rabbit, as a senior storyboard artist for Aardman Animations; Lion Queen, as an animation consultant for Jim Henson's Creature Shop; Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas, as an animator for DreamWorks; The Road to El Dorado, as a sequence director and storyboard artist for DreamWorks; the BAFTAnominated 1001 Nights; The Rugrats Movie; Space Jam; Balto; An American Tail: Fievel Goes West; and the Academy Award-winning Who Framed Roger Rabbit as an animator. Stevenhagen also worked as an additional character designer on the Oscar- nominated stop-frame animated short The Periwig-Maker.
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