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Randy Gaul

Concept Artist

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In 1998, Randy Gaul joined Industrial Light & Magic as a concept designer. Prior to joining ILM, he worked for seven years as a freelance storyboard and concept artist for such companies as Wild Brain, MTV and Disney, specializing in creature and character designs as well as environments, costumes and props. At ILM, Gaul lent his visual eye and creative hands to such productions as Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, A.I. Artificial Intelligence, The Mummy Returns, Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones, among others.

More recently, Randy provided visual development for The Polar Express. He has also done a handful of design and development for feature and commercial work at The Orphanage, Wildbrain and Doug Chiang Studio. The work includes character design, environmental design and matte paintings.

Current East coast projects include feature film visual development as Art Director for Junkland, an all digital feature film, as well as several other projects that include environmental design as well as character design. The most recent highlight was Art Directing Let Go an independent film written and directed by Wayne Gilbert. This collaboration involved environmental design and development relating to the look and feel of this short animated CG production.

Randy graduated from the Pratt Institute with a B.F.A in Illustration and minors in drawing and printmaking.