Professor Kelly Loosly has worked in animation and live action production for the past twenty three years, working on both the artistic and managerial sides of the industries. Mr. Loosli began his career as a clay animator for television commercials at the age of 15. While attending Brigham Young University he received a Student Emmy for his clay animated film entitled Nocturnal. Some of Mr. Loosli’s additional work experience includes DreamWorks Feature Animation working on Films like Shrek and Spirit, and Buena Vista Motion Pictures, the live action division of Walt Disney.Mr. Loosli has spent the last twelve years helping create Brigham Young University’s nationally recognized animation program while teaching animation, storyboarding and screenwriting. Mr. Loosli is currently working with University students to complete several large computer animated group projects, two live action and animated mixed films and one traditionally animated film.
Brooklyn is a Brigham Young University Center for Animation student and is starting an internship at Sony Animation soon. Most recently, she did an internship in Design at the Hasbro Toy Company, as a trainee in visual development and toy design for Hasbro’s new Girl’s Band Animated TV Series Hanazuki. She has also worked as a Concept Artist at the BYU College of Fine Arts.
Both visited M-iti last friday, the 20th of Abril.