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Meet n-Space – Art Directors…

Posted in Our Staff by Dan O'Leary on April 20, 2011

Today and tomorrow, n-Space will be supporting an Art Summit hosted by the Game Development program at Full Sail University here in Orlando. Two of our Art Directors will be attending a Q&A panel this evening, where they will be joined by team members from Rockstar and Vicarious Visions. They will also be participating in open art critiques both days. The goal is to help students and alumni grow, improve and connect.

It seemed like a great opportunity to introduce them to you, and talk a bit about what an Art Director does. Without further delay, I’m proud to present Chris Bromby and Seung Kim! We’ll start with their professional bios…

Chris has been working as an art professional for over ten years and has held a wide range of artistic roles. For the past 4 years Chris has worked at n-Space, Inc. where he currently serves as Art Director creating games for multiple top selling consoles including the Nintendo Wii, Xbox 360 and Nintendo 3DS. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree specializing in animation and is an alumnus of the University of Central Florida College of Art. He came to n-Space, Inc. with 3 years of experience gained at Electronic Arts, where he worked as both a Character Modeler and an Environment Artist. Prior to his years at EA, Chris worked in the film industry for 4 years as a Special Effects Animator at Walt Disney Feature Animation working on major feature films such as: Lilo and Stitch and Brother Bear.

Seung is presently working at n-Space in Orlando as an Art Director and Concept Artist. He is responsible for establishing the visual look for a variety of games of different genres, target markets and visual styles. He contributes in many ways, including Concept art, Storyboards, Cinematic and Graphic Design. Having been in the entertainment, animation and video game industries for over 16 years, Seung worked at Walt Disney Feature Animation FL, Project Firefly, various oversea CG animation studios, Digital Magic Entertainment in South Korea and Electronic Arts Tiburon before joining n-Space. He graduated from the School of Visual Art, majoring in Illustration.

Here is a gallery of work samples with notes from them on the content and process:

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