Join us for a behind the scenes animation presentation and Q&A with Zootopia's supervising animator 'Bobby' Huth from Walt Disney Studio! His credits with the studio include the Oscar®-winning Blockbuster Frozen, Academy Award®-winning short Paperman, and 2012’s Wreck-it Ralph.

Zootopia carries a pivotal lesson for our children to learn if we’re ever going to build a World where men and women are free from judgment,” says Huth. “And, it’s hilarious.”

Robert 'Bobby' Huth (supervising animator/animation liaison-crowds) joined Walt Disney animation studios in 2011 as an animator. Prior to joining Disney, he worked at blue sky studios for four years with a short Sprint for Reelfx in 2008.

Robert 'Bobby' Huth has had a lifelong interest in art, illustration and animation. He was inspired to pursue a career in animation after seeing “Ice Age,” and earned his BFA in computer animation from Ringling School of Art and Design.

Huth and wife Christal have a 2-year-old son named Caleb and a terrier named Ollie. They reside in Burbank, California.
Monday, 29 February 2016 // 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Seating starts at 11:00 a.m.
Visual Arts Presentation Lab at SME 149
(The Structural and Materials Engineering Building)
Located on Voigt Dr., at UC San Diego, La Jolla, CA.

Still image is courtesy of Walt Disney®.

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