The iAnimate.net Podcast

In an effort to keep the communication coming, we've decided to invade the air waves with these podcasts! We'll be talking about animation, the industry, and have interviews with industry professionals and other guest that pertain to our field. These podcasts can also be found on iTunes. Please click on the the podcast link posted and leave some feedback. You can use your facebook, twitter, google, or discus account to do so.


Interview with Brazen Animation Co-Founder & CEO Bryan Engram

on July 24, 2017

In our 53rd podcast we interview Bryan Engram. Bryan is the Co-Founder and CEO of Brazen Animation in Dallas, Texas. Prior to Brazen Animation, Bryan enjoyed many years as an animator & director of studio animation at Reel FX. Brazen Animation recently made a big splash in the animation community with their 'Tempest' teaser. It was a great demonstration of the studios artistic and technical skills, as well as it's ability at story telling. It was great to speak with Bryan about his career and philosophy, and how it has shaped what he wants to do there at Brazen.

Watch Tempest teaser

Podcast with Bryan Engram

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Interview with Animation Supervisor Bill Haller

on June 27, 2017

In our 52nd podcast we interview Reel FX Animation Supervisor, Bill Haller. He's worked on and lead teams on such films as Surf's Up, Hotel Transylvania, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, and The Book of Life. Bill lead the animation team at Reel FX on Rock Dog, where he worked with long time friend and director Ash Brannon. Bill has been working in the industry for two decades and had plenty of insight to share. Enjoy!

Podcast with Bill Haller

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Interview with Sr. Animator Jason Shum

on May 01, 2017

In our 51st podcast we interview Riot Games Sr. Animator, Jason Shum. You can also find Jason teaching in our Games animation workshops. Before working on Riot Games' League of Legends, Jason worked at Ready At Dawn on their PS4 AAA title The Order: 1886. Through out Jason's career, he's worked at such studios as Blur Studio, EA, and Pandemic Studios. Jason has a love for animation, and it showed in this podcast as we discussed his career, which spans games, cinematics, and TV.

Jason's Animbreak on Facebook | Jason's personal site

Interview with Sr Animator Jason Shum

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Interview with Ubisoft Quebec game animator Sebastien Dussault

on March 29, 2017

In our 50th podcast we interview Ubisoft Quebec game animator Sebastien Dussault. One of the things that made this podcast unique is Sebastien is also one of our first Game animation alumni. So it was great catching up with him and hearing about his experience as a student and his transition to a professional animator at one of the largest gaming studios in the world. Sebastien has worked on three Assassin's Creed titles (Freedom Cry, Rogue, and Syndicate), and most recently Ubisoft's For Honor.

Interviews with Creatives | Sebastien's Site | Sebastien's 'For Honor' animation reel

Interview with Veteran Animator Tim Ingersoll

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Interview with Veteran Animator Tim Ingersoll

on February 28, 2017

In this episode, we have long time animator Tim Ingersoll. He's been one of feature instructors since we started iAnimate.net and has been in the industry for about 31 years. He's made the transition for 2D to 3D, he started out early on at Walt Disney Animation Studios, as well as at Dreamworks Animation when they first opened their doors. He's worked on such films as The Little Mermaid, Prince of Egypt, How to Train Your Dragon, and Kung Fu Panda 3. Tim also pitched, created, and animated in the short film at DreamWorks, on how DREAMWORKS makes our movies. With Tim's up beat personality and having spent a lot of years in the industry, this made for another fun and informative podcast.

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Interview with Veteran Animator Tim Ingersoll

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