Part of the Creative Conversation Series
with Alison Kellom
Tuesday, February 16
7:00 – 8:00pm Eastern Time
4:00 – 5:00pm Pacific Time
(if you live between the 2 coasts, please adjust for your time zone)
$10 suggested donation
Past event – registration closed
Join us for a discussion on the history and future of Visual Effects and Animation. Alison will discuss Film fundamentals and how animation evolved to the entertainment we consume now. The basic production pipeline will be discussed to educate the different jobs it takes to create a movie.
Question & answer will follow the talk.
About the presenter
Alison Kellom is a Master Drawer, Classically Trained artist in Old Master Technique at the Atelier School of Classical Realism in Oakland, California. Her training led to a career in feature films and video games, working with Disney, Warner Bros. and 2K Games. Alison is currently a Model Maker and Producer on the short film Crickets Would Sing. Meet Alison.