Andrew Lyndon is a videographer, animator, and filmmaker who makes stand-alone video, freelance multimedia work, video theater sets, and narrative film. He is a digital imaging and video instructor at Pixar Animation Studios and was the editor for the SIGGRAPH 2005 Computer Animation Festival (CAF), producing and editing the festival trailers. BFA, Bennington College; MFA, Yale University
Lyndon is the recipient of a 2008 NEA Artist in Residence grant to work with the San Francisco Exploratorium. He recently finished animation and titles for the documentary Making Whiteness Visible, motion graphics for the Ella Baker Foundation, forensic animation detailing the replication of DNA, and his video/animation Cat Black Sea was included in the Milkbar International Film Festival in 2007, which screened in San Francisco and St. Petersburg, Russia. He curated From Pencil to Pixel, an exhibition of Bay Area Animation studios for The Oakland Museum and Oakland International Airport. The exhibit opened in Fall 2010.
He is currently creating motion graphics for the California Department of Education's early childhood education training program, and has just finished animation for "The Battle of AmFar", which premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.
Associate Professor, Animation