My first job out of art school was on WolfRockTV - the whole crew knew it was bad, but what could we do - we were hungry! The best thing we learned though that summer was that if we wanted to escape the lameness, we were going to have to work really hard to get a job at a different studio. I have to say, though, that it was a time when there were very few opportunities for artists just starting out in the business. I met people at that studio that I still see around the studios 20 years later! We were all just beginners. It was a non-union shop, too, and there were strikers outside the building for awhile trying to get everyone to join or quit. This was the summer of 1984.
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