Which movie inspired you the most to choose this career path?
It's Such a Beautiful Day, by Don Hertfeldt. As a kid, it may have been The Spongebob Movie, or any Pixar film, but this really redefined animation for me. I've had a lifelong relationship with cartoons, I've never really had any doubts, but this movie was the first time I saw animation as fine art. ISABD is a movie that could only be animated. More importantly, it experiments with animation in a way that directly compliments the story, in a post-modern sort of way.