A BUG'S LIFE
ANDREW STANTON (Co-Director/Screenwriter/Story) has been
a valued member of the Pixar animation team since 1990, when he
became the second animator ever hired by the studio. He went
on to receive an Oscar nomination in 1996 as one of the four screenwriters
who collaborated on the landmark computer animated phenomenon,
"Toy Story." His credits on that film also include
original story, story artist and additional voices.
Selected to join Pixar on the basis of his independent animated
shorts -- "Somewhere in the Arctic" and "A Story"
-- Stanton went on to serve as a directing animator on commercials
for Trident, La Nouvelle Polo, Lifesavers (co-director) and directed
spots for Tropicana, Bunn Coffee Makers and Listerine. He also
co-directed with John Lasseter on "Luxo Jr. in Surprise/Light
and Heavy," which was produced for "Sesame Street."
A graduate of CalArts with a BFA in character animation, Stanton's
professional career also includes stints with Ralph Bakshi and
Kroyer Films, Inc.
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