Colin Brady

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Colin Brady is an American animator and film director. He graduate of the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), has worked as lead animator, animation director, supervising animator and co-director with animated film powerhouses Pixar and Industrial Light & Magic. His credits have included Toy Story, Toy Story 2, A Bug's Life, Men in Black II, Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, and many others.

A native from Chicago, he started studying Mechanical Engineering at USC, but dropped to go on to CalArts to pursue animation.

After graduating Brady joined Rhythm & Hues Studios worked as animator on Binx the cat in Hocus Pocus.

He later joined Pixar and worked as animator on Toy Story, A Bug's Life and Toy Story 2. Brady directed on Toy Story 2 from July '97 to Dec '99 when the film went from a DVD to theatrical release. Brady also directed on of the "Toy Story Animated Storybook" and the Toy Story Activity Center.

On Hulk and Lemony Snicket, Brady and his team pioneered the motion capture of attack dogs and even eight-month-old infants. On Lemony Snicket, Brady helped develop an inexpensive system to reliably track facial motion.

While working at Imagi Studios he was appointed as director for Astro Boy a part originally givin to Eric Leighton the director of Dinosaur, but later on he was switch with David Bowers.

In addition, Brady was supervising animator on Men in Black II and E.T. The Extraterrestrial Special Edition. He is currently working as director on The Legend of Santa Claus at Lumenas Animation Studios.[1]

Brady supervised at Pixomondo for the "Terra Nova" TV series and on Martin Scorcese's "Hugo".

Brady is the currently Head of Animation and Story for Light Chaser Animation studios working from Los Angeles.



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