Born in Minnesota, raised in Missouri and Georgia, and currently residing in California, Casey Lowe is an all-American story artist, writer, and creator. After graduating from high school, Casey was accepted into The Art Institute of Atlanta’s Media Arts & Animation program. While there, he realized that his true passion and strength lies in the pre-production area—creating characters and worlds, storyboarding, and overall story-telling. His keen abilities in this area won him the “Best of Show” Portfolio Award when he graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in the summer of 2005.
After spending a few years in website design, Casey returned to school, and in 2012, graduated from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California, earning a Master of Fine Arts degree in Animation & Visual Effects. Learning under the guidance of some of the industry's top storyboarding talent, he was awarded first place in Storyboarding at the Academy’s annual Spring Show. Shortly after graduation, he moved to the Los Angeles area and began freelance storyboarding work for Disney Mobile, working on games like Disney's Hidden Worlds and Star Wars: Tiny Death Star.
A brief year out of school found Casey working at Sony Pictures Animation, joining the story team for Smurfs: The Lost Village, directed by industry veteran Kelly Asbury. During his two and a half years at Sony, Casey also got to lend his story talents to Genndy Tartakovsky's Hotel Transylvania 2, work on two different versions of a Smurfs short (Hefty and the Beanstalk), and be a part of the small team working on Henry Yu's directorial debut, a direct-to-video collaboration with the WWE, Surf's Up 2: Wave Mania.
Currently, he works at Disney Television Animation, on their hit new show Elena of Avalor. When not storyboarding, Casey continues to work on his own creations, publishing books and developing story ideas.
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