Welcome

Welcome to the web site of Brian C. Morris, where you can learn about me, view some of my artwork, check out my free 3ds Max tutorials, and find out what I can offer you. So take a minute to check it out.

About Me

I was born in the USA and completed my undergraduate studies in Chicago, Illinois.

I received my Bachelors of Fine Arts from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago.

I received my Masters Of Digital Arts from The University of the Arts London/Camberwell.

I have a been active in the digital media industry since 1989, providing quality 2d and 3d digital media content for pinball (dot matrix), educational video, television, film, and video games.

My Fine Art experience includes, teaching, mural work, and exhibiting my drawings and paintings in galleries in the USA and abroad. I relocated to Thessaloniki, Greece in 1999.

Currently, I am teaching computer science classes (3d animation and Game design) at The American College of Thessaloniki (ACT) in the Division of Technology and Sciences. I also teach Animation and Games Design Classes at AAS College School of Art & Design in Thessaloniki (partner institute of the University of Central Lancashire).

I hold the position of Animation Course Leader at AAS College School of Art & Design.

I am also the developer and coordinator of the ACT Game Design Club as well as a member of the Chamber of Visual Artists of Greece. (ΕΙΚΑΣΤΙΚΟ ΕΠΙΜΕΛΗΤΗΡΙΟ).

Animation History milestones

Humorous Phases of Funny Faces by James Stuart Blackton. Generally regarded by film historians as the first animated film recorded on standard picture film.

First technicolor cartoon and first Academy Award given to an animation short - "Flowers and Trees" Disney.

First feature-length computer-animated film - "Toy Story" Pixar.

My Mission

I specialize in providing quality 2d and 3d digital content, video game design and teaching digital media.

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My Philosophy

Do the job the right way, keep learning, and improving.

“The rules are simple. Take your work, but never yourself, seriously. Pour in the love and whatever skill you have, and it will come out.”

-Chuck jones-

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