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Craig Good worked over 30 years at Pixar, starting at Lucasfilm in 1982. He did a little of everything in the old days, and in the last half of his tenure specialized in virtual camera operation. He wrote the screenplay for the first Pixar University live-action short, Violet, co-directed the short Calendar Confloption, and did executive producer like duties on a few more shorts. He has provided voices for several films including Toy Story and Cars. His voice is still the one you hear on Pixar’s phone system. He now produces audiobooks and podcasts, edits and restores audio, does content editing, and both teaches and performs improv, in addition to teaching Visual Storytelling at CCA.


Visiting Artist, Animation