Contact: zornado at gmail dot com
Marilyn Zornado, a rare indigenous Portlander, is a director, motion-graphics artist, calligrapher and book artist. After a career as Senior Producer at Will Vinton Studios, a pioneering stop-motion studio in Portland Oregon, she now works full-time as an artist, combining her love of animation with book arts, both on her own projects and on commissions. She teaches Motion Graphics at PNCA & Book Arts & Calligraphy at OCAC. (see LinkedIn for a complete resume.)
Recent work includes animated illustrations for the PBS American Masters documentary on James Beard, directed by Elizabeth Federici and edited by Greg Snider.
Marilyn has a MFA in Computer Animation and a BA in Graphic Design. She lives on a houseboat on Multnomah Channel with her husband, sound engineer Alan Garren, and Ping, a Schipperke.
In 2017, Marilyn became a member of the Motion Picture Academy of Arts and Sciences.
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