|Tim Burton's Corpse Bride||2005||Storyboard Artist||n/a||1|
|The Tale of Despereaux||2008||Storyboard Artist||Story Artist||1|
|Coraline||2009||Storyboard Artist||Storyboard Supervisor||1|
|The Tigger Movie||2000||Character Design||(Design & Visual Development)||1|
|First professional animation job as a storyboard artist on "Mr. Bean: The Animated Series"|
|Directorial debut with "ParaNorman"|
|Storyboard supervisor on "Coraline"|
|Worked with Tim Burton as a storyboard artist on "Corpse Bride"|
|Nominated for an Academy Award|
|Has stated that "ParaNorman" is influenced by "The Goonies," as well as the TV show "Scooby-Doo."|
|"I am not a fan of the slapstick comedy you see in animated movies. I like wordplay and a lot of the humour comes from interactions between the characters." - from www.liverpoolecho.co.uk, Sept. 12, 2012|
|Struggled on the script for "ParaNorman" for 10 years before finally completing it.|
|"A lot of people have said Norman is like me and that is definitely true. Norman is the kind of kid who likes to write stories. I was a quiet kid and I loved to sit in my room and make up stories about monsters and zombies." - from www.liverpoolecho.co.uk, Sept. 12, 2012|
|Was influenced by Tim Burton to make "ParaNorman" a stop-motion animated feature.|
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