Steven Carpenter, M.F.A.
Assistant Professor of Animation
Steven Carpenter teaches courses in computer animation, modeling, motion graphics and animation history. He is a computer artist with over 20 years of production experience in film and television and has taught computer animation for thirteen years. He has worked at such well known studios as Will Vinton Studios (now Liaka), Digital Domain and Rhythm & Hues. His credits include commercial work for M&M candies and Goldfish Crackers, visual effects for episodic TV shows such as “Sliders” and “Hercules”, and title sequences for the James Bond film “Tomorrow Never Dies” and Richard Gere’s “The Red Corner”.
B.S. Computer Science, Edinboro University, 1989
B.F.A. Applied Media Arts, Edinboro University, 1993
M.F.A. Computer Animation, Miami International Art and Design, 2008
Taught all levels of computer animation at Edinboro University for twelve years
Drury University faculty member since 2015
Assistant Professor since 2015
Primetime Emmy Award – “Children of Dune” - Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Miniseries, Movie or Special
Annie Award Nomination – “The Groovenians” – Cartoon Network
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