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The Incredible Hulk
The Incredible Hulk Animation Department
(2008)
Land of the Lost
Land of the Lost Animation Department
(2009)
The Golden Compass
The Golden Compass Visual Effects
(2007)
Happy Feet
Happy Feet Visual Effects
(2006)

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 2009 Aliens in the Attic (animator)
 2009 Land of the Lost (character animator)
 2008 The Incredible Hulk (character animator)
 2007 Alvin and the Chipmunks (character animator)
 2002-2003 South Park (TV Series) (lip sync artist - 10 episodes)
- Krazy Kripples (2003) ... (lip sync artist)
- Cancelled (2003) ... (lip sync artist)
- Red Sleigh Down (2002) ... (lip sync artist)
- My Future Self n' Me (2002) ... (lip sync artist)
- The Biggest Douche in the Universe (2002) ... (lip sync artist)
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 2009/I Enigma (Short) (digital artist)
 2009 Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (animator: Rhythm & Hues Studios)
 2007 The Golden Compass (animator: Rhythm & Hues)
 2007 Evan Almighty (animator: Rhythm & Hues Studios)
 2006 Happy Feet (character animator: Rhythm & Hues)
 2006 Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties (animator: Rhythm & Hues Studios)
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 2004 Outside (Short) (title illustration)
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Demeri Flowers

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