Digitalist Artist Paul Timothy Conley aka PaulTim, first started designing broadcast animations rendered on VAX 780 1 mip mini supercomputers during the mid-1980's for Cranston Csuri Productions. Co-Founder of Cranston Csuri, Charles Csuri is recognized as the father of digital art and computer animation by Smithsonian and MoMa. While at Cranston Csuri, Paul designed motion graphics for NBC, ABC, WCBS, MTV, and Lord Geller Federico, Einstein / IBM. Paul earned a BFA from Columbus College of Art and Design in 1982, during which time he received his nickname "PaulTim". Paul was an instructor of computer animation and cinema at the Columbus College of Art and Design from 1992 to 2008. Paul became a Computer Graphics Pioneer member of SIGGRAPH in 2012. Paul has served as a judge for the Academy for Interactive and Visual Arts for the past five years. PaulTim's work is available for exhibit. To learn more Google the titles of the work. www.paultim.com, www.digitalist.gallery, and strikingly.com/paultim
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