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Steven Churchill    Producer
Greg Flores    Director of Business Development
Mark Barry Webmaster / Programmer / Database Mgr.
Lisa Smith Associate Producer / Graphic Designer
Eunice Noh Executive Assistant / Research
Linda Noh Executive Assistant / Research
Crystal Pinson Research
Kevin Armento Video Editor / Graphic Artist
Diane Ly      Research

Steven Churchill Steven Churchill has been exhibiting the work of digital artists since 1986, when he produced the world's first computer animation film festival, screened to capacity attendances at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego in La Jolla, California. In 1987 Steven arranged national distribution of the festival through the Landmark Theatre chain, which also had great success. Subsequently Steven produced Future Visions, premiering at the Reuben H. Fleet OmniMax Theatre in San Diego, then touring thereafter at several other large screen venues around the country. In 1988 Steven released the world's first computer animation video, entitled State of the Art of Computer Animation, which the American Film Institute gave their Best Video Art award that year.

In 1990 Steven produced the first in a series of videos called "The Mind's Eye". These videos featured the best computer animation from around the globe with original scores created by notable music artists James Reynolds, Jan Hammer, Thomas Dolby and Kerry Livgren. The second video in this series, "Beyond The Mind's Eye," reached #8 on Billboard Magazine's home video sales chart in the fall of 1992, being qualified "Multi-Platinum" by the RIAA. Among the four "Mind's Eye" videos that were produced, total sales exceeded two million units. Several of the Mind's Eye video clips can be viewed here.

In the fall of 2006 Steven and his team produced The Art of Digital Show, an international exhibition of digital art which took place October 6 - November 19, 2006 at the Lyceum Theatre Gallery. The Show was judged by Hugh Davies, the Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego. Following the "Call For Entries", a total of 2730 entries were submitted by artists from 32 countries. 100 spectacular pieces were selected by Dr. Davies to be exhibited in the gallery. The Show featured all forms of digital art -- digital painting, computer based illustration, digitally manipulated photography, digital video art, computer animation, and an interactive video installation. Very unique about The Art of Digital Show was the combining of fine art images in the gallery along with video art. 16 flat-screen displays in the gallery were continuously exhibiting the video art pieces which were selected by Dr. Davies. The world class opening reception occurred on October 7, 2006, and the Show was a huge success.

During the fall of 2007 the team produced the second Art of Digital Show. Neal Benezra, the Director of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, was the Judge for this exhibit. Out of entries from 40 countries, he selected 83 framed fine art pieces, 18 video art pieces, a 3D modelled sculpture, a digitally designed textile piece, and one interactive piece – amazing work! The exhibition ran October 6 through November 11, 2007.

The CG image within the Art of Digital Show logo was created by a brilliant digital artist, Richard "Doc" Baily. For more information about Doc, please click here.


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