What did you work on at Walt Disney Imagineering?|
What did you do for Tournament of Roses Association?
What did you do for Warner Bros. Consumer Products?
You worked at Interplay. What did you do there?
Do you do freelance/consultant work?
Who and what are your major influences?
| What did you work on at Walt Disney Imagineering?|
|"The big stuff was Pooh's Hunny Hunt (ride), Queen of Hearts Banquet Hall (restaurant), Alice's Tea Cups (ride), all at Tokyo Disneyland and several projects for a team called Concept Studio-Blue Sky. My official title was Concept/Show Designer doing primarily conceptual artwork, storyboards, and early designs eventually given to the architects, colorists, interior designers, engineers, model builders, sculptures, etc. There are a lot of extremely talented people there."|
| What did you do for Tournament of Roses Association?|
|"Designed a parade float for the city of South Pasadena in the 1999 New Year's day event. Nobody knows the kind of work required for 30 seconds in front of the TV camera; there are a lot of dedicated people that do that all year. I was more than happy to have had the opportunity to try that at least once."|
| What did you do for Warner Bros. Consumer Products?|
|"Warner Bros used to have their Studio Stores in malls, in the back they had a gallery selection of limited-edition character artwork prints, collectables like plates, pins and such. I did a few limited edition sports theme pieces of Bugs, Daffy, Speedy, etc. I also did character art for a few pin set collections."|
| You worked at Interplay. What did you do there?|
|"Concept art, backgrounds, environment designs, and characters. I worked on a few projects, some never saw the light of day but Clayfighter for Nintendo 64 was one I did a lot of work on. Later they had me doing development for potential TV animated shows. Doing decks, presentations, pitches for their franchises to studios like Nelvana, HB (now Cartoon Network), Saban, etc."|
| Do you do freelance/consultant work?|
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| Who and what are your major influences?|
|"That's tough. The majority of my influence/inspiration comes from a lot of places I visit, see, experiences and people. Artists, off hand, would be M. Sasek, Kiraz, Mary Blair, Ward Kimball, Marc Davis, Gil Elvgren, Pierre Brenot, and then there's artist I know or have worked with, the list could go on."|