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Thursday, September 1 • 6:00pm - 7:30pm
LAIKA's Worldwide Journey of Creativity

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Hillsboro-based LAIKA is considered the most ambitious, innovative stop-motion studio in the world.  LAIKA supports an awe-inspiring collection of creative talent from the region -- and across the globe.  Many artists have traveled thousands of miles to contribute their unique skills that have garnered the studio an Oscar and three additional nominations.  Join us for this panel where four LAIKA employees will address their careers, the craft, early artistic influences -- and their journey to Oregon.  The panel will be moderated by Pacific Northwest native Mark Shapiro.

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Mark Shapiro

MARK SHAPIRO’s diverse marketing and communications career has taken him across the United States, working in brand development, advertising, public relations, film production and writing for companies including Nike, Town & Country Magazine and Upper Deck. | In 2007, he joined LAIKA, where he manages brand strategies, including the marketing efforts for LAIKA’s corporate identity as well as the company’s feature films. | A... Read More →

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Trevor Dalmer

Trevor hails from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada and attended Sheridan College, obtaining a degree in Animation. Shortly after he finished school, he submitted his portfolio to LAIKA; he began his career in Hillsboro on the ParaNorman production and also worked on The Boxtrolls and Kubo and the Two Strings.
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Thalia Lane

Thalia attended Goldsmiths University in London, graduating with a BA (Honors) in Textiles. She later moved to Bristol, UK to work for Aardman Animations where she started in the model shop making props and sets and eventually moved into in the costume department. She served on many film productions in Europe, including Corpse Bride, Fantastic Mr. Fox and Frankenweenie.  In 2012, she arrived at LAIKA where she is an integral part of the... Read More →
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Graham Read

Born and raised in Toronto, the main focus of Graham’s job at LAIKA is to build and fabricate articulated steel skeletons, called puppet armatures. His pre-college education leaned heavily toward the arts, but it was during his time at the Ontario College of Art And Design University that he became interested in stop-motion.  After working for Cuppa Coffee Studios in Toronto, he came to LAIKA where he served on the productions of... Read More →
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Annika Schindler

Originally from Germany, Annika is involved in the process of developing all parts of the puppets’ costume, based on design and animation requirements.  Her artistic background is in fashion and costume design. After studying fashion, she later focused on costumes for theater and live-action film productions. In addition to the German stop-motion feature The Sandman And The Lost Sand Of Dreams, she worked on two European stop-motion... Read More →

Thursday September 1, 2016 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Laurelhurst Theater 2735 E Burnside St, Portland OR 97214

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