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About

Campbell Logan is a Los Angeles based video artist, animator, filmmaker and game developer.

An alumni of the California Institute of the Arts' and their Experimental Animation program, he draws influence from all kinds of sources, including…… William Gibson, Disney, Kubrick, John Whitney, Nam June Paik, Anime, early computer graphics, video games and pop-culture.
He creates unique and innovative projects both in concept and technique weaving together elements from his favorite influences.

Classically trained in a world class boy’s choir, he spent years writing and performing experimental electronic music under the moniker C-Drip. He brings this sensibility to his projects, either composing and performing the score or interpreting music visually in his music video work.

A generalist who can single handedly produce sophisticated visual media projects from beginning to end.

He has won several awards for his work including a Vimeo Staff Pick. His work has been featured on Adult Swim, MTV, and NBC.  His work is mentioned on NPR, Billboard, Vice, Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, Spin, and others.

 

About

Campbell Logan is a video artist, animator, filmmaker and game developer from Los Angeles.

He has won several awards for his work including a Vimeo Staff Pick. His work has been featured on Adult Swim, MTV, and NBC.  His work is mentioned on NPR, Billboard, Vice, Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, Spin, and others.

An alumni of the California Institute of the Arts' and their Experimental Animation program, he has a wide array of influences drawing from decades of media consumption and study. His appetite for growth drives him to devote most of free time to either learning new techniques or innovating on them through his personal work.
This background gives him an eclectic understanding of different styles which makes him a great asset for corporate and art clients alike.

His broad understanding of both computer science and art makes him an excellent communicator and liaison between artists and developers.

Classically trained in a world class boy’s choir, he spent years writing and performing experimental electronic music under the moniker C-Drip. He brings this sensibility to his projects, either composing and performing the score or interpreting music visually in his music video work.

He has had an exciting career accumulating extensive experience in video production and game development.