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Bradley C. Rader

What is your name and current occupation?
Bradley C. Rader, Emmy© Award winning animation director, animation storyboard artist, character designer, comic book artist, gay erotic cartoonist.

What are some of the craziest job’s you had before getting in to animation?
I worked as a maid at the Hilton Hotel, in downtown Anchorage, Alaska for 2 summers in a row (1980, 1981), summer being tourist season in Alaska. It was my favorite non-artistic job. I was on the move all day, so I was in the best shape I’d been since High School. I was required to clean 17 rooms a day (plus “spring cleaning” a couple rooms a week), and I got it down to a science. I made it a form of moving meditation, domestic Tai Chi, executing my repetitive tasks with the fewest, most economical movements.

What are some of your favorite projects you’re proud to have been a part of?
TODD McFARLANE’S SPAWN.
I directed the final episode of the final season (season 3), for which I won a Continue…

Kristen Campbell

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What is your name and your current occupation?

Kristen Campbell, I’m a Character Designer/ CG Modeller.. currently available for freelance or fulltime work!

 

What are some of the crazier jobs you had before getting into animation?
I guess this isn’t so crazy, but I used to work at a lot of foodservice jobs. I’ve worked at Jack in the Box, Subway, Cousin’s Subs.. Subway was a really fun job, actually. They have really strict guidelines on how much meat, cheese and veggies are supposed to go on sandwiches. Did you know you’re only allowed 3 black olive slices on a 6″ sub? That’s crazy! I used to load people up.. so much so that the contents of the sandwich would ooze out the sides. People would specifically ask for me by name, and that was awesome. My first “artsy” job was faux finishing a house in West Hills, CA.. in the middle of summer. It was super labor intensive, but it was so much fun.

 

What are some of your favorite projects you’re proud to have been a part of?
My favorite project would have to be the Picture Book Foundation’s Art Blocks for Ghana auction. I’d never been part of such a huge collective before, and it was really intimidating. I got to see all the pieces first hand at the LA event, and I was so stoked that my piece sold. I would love to do more gallery events, I really love the comradery that comes with them.

 

How did you become interested in animation?
Snow White blew my mind when I was little, that movie made me Continue…

Louis Fagenson

What is your name and your current occupation?
Louis Fagenson. I am a Composer/Orchestrator/Arranger.

What are some of the crazier jobs you had before getting into animation?
In High School I sold Fuller Brush products and delivered pizza. I have a horrible sense of direction ( hey, my people spent the better part of forty years looking for the promised land in a place about the size of Reseda), so the pizza thing didn’t last very long. During and after college I played electric guitar with various bands in addition to solo guitar in different clubs and venues. One day I recieved a phone call from the late and great Don Murray Continue…