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GREG TIERNAN (Director), owner and CCO of Nitrogen Studios Canada Inc., trained in classical feature animation at the famed Don Bluth Studios in the mid-1980s and has held positions spanning the entire creative spectrum of the animation business during his 30+ year career. Tiernan's resume reads as a who's-who of the industry with over 20 feature animated movies, 100s of TV episodes, and dozens of TV Commercials, Video Game titles and CD ROM titles under his belt for production companies in the US, Canada, Europe and Asia.

Tiernan served as sole director on four feature length movies and 100 TV episodes of the iconic preschool brand "Thomas & Friends," all produced at Nitrogen.

Prior to establishing Nitrogen Studios, Tiernan served as sequence director at Klasky Csupo Inc., on the hugely popular Rugrats movies Rugrats in Paris and Rugrats Go Wild produced for Nickelodeon/Paramount. Tiernan also served as director and animation director at Creative Capers Entertainment where he directed many CD ROM storybook titles for the Walt Disney Company, including "The Lion King," "Tarzan," "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," and "Hercules," among others, and was instrumental in bringing the CD ROM animation industry to the Vancouver market in the late 1990s.

Even with this extensive background, Tiernan feels that he has barely scratched the surface of what is possible in the animation industry and looks forward to what comes next.

Nitrogen Studios Canada Inc. is one of Canada's leading digital animation production companies and is housed in a 23,000 sq ft production facility in Vancouver, British Columbia. Its production pipeline is capable of handling overlapping Feature Film projects as well as episodic TV series production.

Under the leadership of industry veterans Nicole Stinn and Greg Tiernan, Nitrogen Studios has provided production content for some of the entertainment industry's most notable companies including Sony Pictures/Columbia Pictures, Sony Computer Entertainment, Annapurna Pictures, HiT Entertainment, Nelvana, Miramax/Lego, AOL and Lionsgate. The company is also developing its own IP for films, TV Series, and Apps.

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