Originally from Hawaii, but now working predominately in Hollywood, the CG Artist Sarah Abrams Char is a phenomenal talent.
Based in Serbia, the incredible work of the CG artist Aleksandar Popov soon caught the eye of the Executive Producer.
With his studio in Thailand, the Award-Winning CG artist Johan Steen expressed a love for the script and the film.
From his studio in Serbia the very impressive Stanko Stupar created his stunning sequence over a seven month development process.
The Germany based CG artist Alexander Preuss is one of the finest talents working in the visual effects Industry today.
A graduate of the San Francisco Academy of Art, Tomas Zaveckas, demonstrated a skill in his reel beyond his years.
His work on the Emmy® Award-Winning television show Lost, convinced the Executive Producer that he had to be hired.
The world renowned CG Guru Steve Wright joined the team on to create two unique sequences for the short film.
Upon reading the script, and expressing an interest in the project, he agreed to work on two of the illustrations.
Sometimes a production recruits an incredible talent which soon becomes indispensable to the team and development of the film.
It was always the intention of the team to partner with an Animation House to oversee the complex animations.
One of the very first artists to commit to the global production team, was the Hollywood based Anna Silvey.
His work was so in tune with the film's required sequence that James Wolf Strehle was the number one choice.
Long before any other artists were even approached Mark Wagner signed on to become the short film's first recruited talent.
The world renowned 3D Artist and Illustrator Steven Stahlberg has been in demand for much of his professional career.
With over eight years experience in Commercials, the South Africa based 3D Artist and Animator, Ryan Crocker, joined the team.
The mood of any film is determined by its opening. With ambience being such an integral part of the environmental message, it was…
With ten years experience, and twenty-five awards, the animator John C Hedley was an artist the production wanted to secure.
When the unusual and extraordinary Animations of Karl Hammond were discovered, it was apparent that he had to be recruited.
With an unyielding drive the Animator Jessica Entis worked on her sequence for seven months, from her studio in Ohio.
Working under the auspices of Bedrick Studios, the animator Lauren Cassidy was recruited to tackle two of the film's illustrations.
During pre-production, the Executive Producer wanted to capture the film's unique cinematographic style in one single image.