Jason Donati

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Jason Donati is an animator, educator, and author noted for his animated independent film work, professional career as a 3D visualization artist, and academic authorship including the 2007 book “Exploring Digital cinematography” published by Cengage Learning.[1]

Donati worked at Animation Technologies, Inc., KAON Interactive, The New England Institute of Art, and Mount Ida College as the Director of 3D Animation, Creative Director, Academic Director, and Dean of The School of Design.[2] In 2013, he was named Dean of The School of Design[3] and has since introduced five new academic programs[4] including Digital Visualization,[5] Animation,[6] Commercial Photography,[7] Interactive Media,[8] and Fashion Industry Marketing & Management.

Selected Screenings, Honors & Awards[edit]

Panels, Publications & Articles[edit]

  • "Educating Tomorrow’s Gaming Leaders" (2010), Panelist, PoweredUp Boston Conference,[15]
  • "Distribution U" (2008), Millimeter Magazine, Craig Erpelding [16]
  • "Exploring Digital Cinematography" (2007), Cengage Learning, Jason Donati
  • "Canvasing the Big Animated Screen" (2006), Animation Magazine, Ellen Wolff [17]
  • "Digital Storytelling and SIGGRAPH 99" (1999), Videography Magazine, Brian Blau

Independent Film work[edit]

Education[edit]

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