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Last week you met Jared, Michelle, and Brandon. This week we'd like to introduce you to Lisa, Luke, and Andres: brandon luke andres lisa 2 for blogmichelle and lisa for blog

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Lisa Chung is from Los Angeles, and is interning as a Stop Motion Art Fabricator. She was attracted to animation by Alvin and the Chipmunks, and the Rankin/Bass holiday specials. In 10 years she hopes to be in a creative place where she juggles work in animation, fabrication, and cooking, all while having time to play with the people she loves. If Lisa were an animated character she would be Bessie Higgenbottom from The Mighty B! More than anything, Lisa hates peeling Zap A Gap off her fingers, and the feeling of microfiber cloth. She could live on Spam with rice. Lisa wants the world to know that she loves Master Chef Junior. See more of Lisa's work on her website.

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Luke Lee is from Korea and has loved animation since he was a kid. He is interning in Lighting/Look Development.  He worked as a 2D Cartoonist, but he prefers animation for the movement. He came to the US to learn VFX at Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Luke hates war, bugs, and anything that has many legs. You can view more of Luke's work on his website

 

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Andres Galeano is from Colombia, and is interning in Motion Graphics. He loves animation because you can create whatever is in your head. In 10 years, Andres hopes to be directing projects, features and commercials. If he could be any animated character he would be Russell from UP. More than anything, Andres hates the fact that the world can be unfair to those who think outside the box. Andres could live on pizza, and he wants everyone to know that he is pursuing his dreams, and thinks we all need to fight for what we believe in. You can see more from Andres on his website and you can see his final thesis project here.

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