Friday, April 1, 2005


Chelsea Stebar

                        B.F.A. degree candidate, Animation, Brigham Young University
·         Expected Graduation Date:  April 2013
·         Cumulative GPA:  3.89/4.0

                        Character Designer / Storyboard Artist / 2D Animation Lead,
Butchered Meats (student film), January 2010 – August 2010
·         Design main characters for translation into both 3D and 2D animation
·         Produce rough animations in Adobe Flash
·         Manage and direct fellow students in producing 2D animation
·         Create storyboards in accordance with established look and feel

Storyboard Artist / Conceptual Designer, BYU Visual Arts department,
January 2009 – January 2010
·         Create storyboards for the short film Sisyphus directed by Kelly Loosli
·         Design locations, characters, and scenes, resulting in a unified style

Animator, Flash Potatoes LLC, Provo UT, June 2008 – January 2009
·         Produce rough animations in Adobe Flash
·         Clean up existing rough animation, resulting in finished products which can then be used in games, advertisements, and short films
·         Create model sheets for existing characters

·         Visual Development:  Created character designs, storyboards, and other conceptual work for personal and group projects, working with both traditional and digital media
·         Animation:  traditional 2D animation, Flash animation, character animation in Autodesk Maya
·         Computer:  Proficient in Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Flash, Adobe Premier
·         Strengths: Highly effective at motivating and managing team-members, comfortable consulting with clients to determine their specific needs and priorities, able to grasp and apply new concepts quickly, task-oriented and precise with high performance standards

Affiliations / Awards

·         Italy Rome Mission, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, September 2010 – April 2012
·         Visual Arts Talent Award Scholarship, Brigham Young University
·         Phi Kappa Phi, BYU chapter
·         National Society of Collegiate Scholars