Photo © Ken Duncan

Photo © Ken Duncan

Stephanie Alexander is an artist and animator who graduated Laguna College of Art + Design in 2016, walking away with a BFA in Animation. Over the course of her four years as a student, she developed many useful skills for animated productions, including character animation in traditional, digital, and stop motion mediums, effects animation, clean up, color, and film editing. During that time she completed her traditionally animated senior thesis film An Early Spring and served as producer of the stop motion short Un Garçon et sa Bête as part of a LCAD Master Class program with Stephen Chiodo.. She is currently a storyboard revisionist at Oddbot Inc for Muppet Babies and previously worked at Duncan Studio as an inbetweener for the animated segment of Mary Poppins Returns.

Stephanie was born in Houston, TX and lived there for the first 19 years of her life. After high school she was accepted to LCAD and sped off to sunny California. She currently lives with her cat Stella in beautiful SoCal and enjoys being very far away from the oppressive humidity of the Texas swamp.

Stephanie enjoys art (of course), graphic novels, hiking, banjolele playing, and attending nerdy conventions.

Buzzfeed: My Road to Becoming a Professional Animator

Want to hear me talk about my experiences? Animator extraordinaire and founder of Duncan Studio, Ken Duncan and I did an interview for Buzzfeed exploring our career paths, how we’ve navigated the animation industry and what we hope to see in its future. Enjoy!

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