The DDA has Dan Haskett visiting
Just in case anyone was interested, Kat from CG was kind enough to send me this info:
Thursday March 8th E-2 @ 5p.m.
All Things Animation is an open forum between students and a leading
professional, Dan Haskett.
There will be a short presentation follow by a question and answer
period. Students are encouraged to come prepared with as many
insightful questions as possible in order to keep this discourse
informative and vibrant. This is a tremendous opportunity to tap into
the wealth of experience and professionalism that this speaker has to
offer from many areas such as animation, character design and
Dan Haskett's Bio:
DAN HASKETT has been an animator, character designer and storyboard
artist since 1969. He designed "Ariel" for THE LITTLE MERMAID, and
"Belle" for BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. He won an Emmy for his work on THE
SIMPSONS, and designed for TOY STORY and THE PRINCE OF EGYPT. He has
produced five cartoons for SESAME STREET, and designed commercials for
Ford, Kellogg's, General Mills, and Best Buy. As a consumer products
designer, he has created merchandise and character style guides for
Warner Bros., Disney and NBC Universal. He has served as an art
supervisor for Disney and Richard Williams, and as a lecturer at New
York University, DreamWorks Animation, and Nickelodeon.
Cosponsored by TAG and DDA.