There's now a Hong Kong link to the new Wallace & Gromit animation feature, thanks to Linda Hamblyn. As one of the few qualified operators of the complicated Milo camera system used in stop-motion animation, Hamblyn helped bring life to Nick Park's clay characters in their first feature film, which will be released tomorrow. The British camera operator moved to HK to be with her partner and gave birth to baby boy Max last week. 'I worked on the film while I was pregnant earlier this year and the hours were really long because we were behind schedule. The director was quite fussy and if he didn't like any part of the animation or lighting we'd have to re-shoot it all. 'I would say there're no more than 20 people in the world who can work the Milo. There's one in Brisbane so I may try to find work there while I'm out in Asia.' If that doesn't work out, Hamblyn is also doing a pilot's course. Now that's a supermum.