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October 18, 1965 |
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
|Occupation||Animator, art director, storyboard artist, production designer|
|Employer||Pixar Animation Studios|
He was hired in 1992 during the development of Toy Story. His work on that film won him an Annie Award for Best Art Direction.
He also directed the Oscar-winning Pixar short film For the Birds.
- Family Dog (1987) (principal animator)
- Garfield: His 9 Lives (1988) (animator/character animator/background artist)
- Garfield's Thanksgiving (1989) (animator)
- Computer Warriors: The Adventure Begins (1990) (key animator)
- The Simpsons (1991) (storyboard artist)
- FernGully: The Last Rainforest (1992) (art director/character designer/storyboard artist)
- Toy Story (1995) (art director)
- For the Birds (2000) (director)
- Monsters, Inc. (2001) (visual development/story)
- Finding Nemo (2003) (production designer)
- The Incredibles (2004) (art director)
- WALL-E (2008) (art director/production designer)
- Up (2009) (art director)
- The Princess and the Frog (2009) (additional source material)
- Ralph Eggleston at the Internet Movie Database
- Audio interview with Eggleston (04/06)
- Teen's interview Ralph Eggleston
- "Ken Breuce and Ralph Eggleston notes from CalArts Character Animation lecture"
- Feb-3-2006:Pixar visit #3 Ralph Eggelston and Ken Bruce
- From script to DVD interview
- Design with a Purpose, Interview with Ralph Eggleston AD of Wall-E.
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