Marc Deckter is a cartoonist/filmmaker/audio experimenter who graduated from the Division of Animation and Digital Arts (DADA) at the USC School of Cinematic Arts three year MFA program in film, video, and computer animation.
During school, Marc created the stop-motion short Get Well Soon, about a clown that misses his sick friend, a duck, which screened in the 2003 Ottawa Int'l Student Film Festival. For his thesis project, he created an interactive world of singing birds and dancing bears called castleBERDskillz.
A reliable volunteer at the ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive as well as a part-time web animation instructor, Marc still found time to publish a comic in Animation Blast, and he even sold a painting of pac-man at the first i-am-8-bit event back in 2006.
Continuing to remain busy, Marc currently works as an animation production manager for Windsor McCay Award winning animation director John Kricfalusi, while pursuing his own independent cartoon projects as well.
|School||University of Southern California|
|Job||animation production manager|
|Favorite Tv Shows||Heckle & Jeckle|
|Favorite Movies||Machine Gun McCain|