Dylan Cole

Production Designer

Dylan Cole is the Academy Award nominated co-production designer of Avatar: The Way of Water. He oversees design for the entire Avatar franchise, specifically for the moon of Pandora, including all its environments, creatures, characters and cultures. 

A industry veteran for over 20 years, he has contributed art to over 60 films.  Notable credits include Senior Matte Painter on Return of the King, Concept Art Director on Avatar, and Production Designer for Maleficent.  

The Southern California native grew up drawing spaceships and alien worlds and this passion led to the creation of his first children’s book, The Otherworldly Adventures of Tyler Washburn. Dylan enjoys traveling and teaching workshops at various events and schools around the world, as well as oil painting in the studio and plein air.

Stephan Martiniere

Creative Director

Stephan Martiniere is a multi-international award winning visual futurist. Martiniere was voted one of the 50 Most Inspirational Artists by Imagine FX Magazine. His body of work has come to be recognized by artists and designers across the globe. His work not only holds an astounding uniqueness of vision, but as a digital pioneer he has set the bar for digital painting as a whole.

A graduate of a prestigious art school in Paris, Martiniere’s thirty five year career is impressive in its scope. His early career ranged from conceptual design work for everything from Films, Games, theme parks, television, animation and publishing. His clients include ILM, Disney, Universal, Paramount, Warner Brothers, 20th Century Fox and DreamWorks. Stephan Martiniere has worked on movies such as foundation, Skeleton Crew, Ready Player One, Alita: Battle Angel, Aquaman 2, The Suicide Squad, Independence Day: Resurgence, Tomorrowland, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Guardians of the Galaxy, 300: Rise of an Empire, Total Recall (2012), I, Robot, Tron: Legacy, Star Wars Episodes 2 and 3, Star Trek (2009), Knowing, Virus, Red Planet, The Time Machine and The Fifth Element. 

Ian Mcque

Concept Artist

Originally from Sunderland in the North East of England, Ian McQue has been sketching and scribbling his entire life. His work is bound into the fabric of modern culture. He spent more than twenty years as a concept artist and art director producing the iconic imagery for the world-best-riding Grand Theft Auto games at Edinburgh's Rockstar North.

More recently McQue has consulted for major video game and movie studios, loaning his visual design talents to Solo: A Star Wars Story, the Mortal Engines movie, as well as the hugely successful Spiderverse movies. McQue has produced covers for twenty published novels, including those for the highly regarded Mortal Engines series by Philip Reeve.

Alex Alice

Graphic Novel Writer and Artist

Alex Alice is a French graphic novel writer and artist, working in France and sometimes the U.S. Born in 1974, he grew up in the south of France and had the chance to travel around Europe, where he developed a life-long passion for the ruins and castles of the medieval and romantic ages. This infused his art, from the grim medieval setting of esoteric thriller The Third Testament (1997-2003) to the primeval, mythic world of Siegfried (2007-2011), an operatic re-telling of the northern saga of the great dragon-slayer.

His interests range from cinema and animation to painting and illustration (he received three Spectrum Fantastic Art awards). His Siegfried has also been produced as an illustrated concert, set to Wagner's music performed by the Orchestre National de Lyon. In Castle in the Stars, he draws on Jules Verne and nineteenth century romanticism to create a watercolor world of adventure and wonder, to enchant adults and young readers alike. Starting in Angoulême in 2017, immersive Castle in the Stars exhibitions showcase original art along with costumes, props and models. His original art has been shown at the Society of Illustrators in New York, the Neue Pinakothek in Munich, the BRAFA in Brussels and Drawing Now in Paris. He is currently represented by Galerie Daniel Maghen.

His works have been translated in 19 languages.

James Paick

Creative Director

James Paick is a concept artist & creative director hailing from Los Angeles, California, with a rich background in the arts dating back to his childhood. He honed his skills at the prestigious ArtCenter College of Design, specializing in illustration and digital painting. His career journey has taken him through various sectors, including entertainment advertising & marketing, and ultimately the video game industry, where he thrived as a concept artist. Establishing his own studio, Scribble Pad Studios, James has contributed his talent to an array of projects spanning films, video games, animation, theme parks, commercials, book covers, and more, amassing over 15 years of industry experience.

James is also a co-founder of Brainstorm School, an online learning platform dedicated to concept art and illustration. His passion for sharing knowledge and fostering a vibrant artistic community shines through his involvement with events like the IAMAG, where he eagerly contributes to the industry he loves.

Christophe Lautrette

Production Designer

Christophe's career began at Disney, where he worked on "A Goofy Movie." He then joined a commercial company as an animator and art director, contributing to various shorts and the TV show "Jean Luc et Faipassa."

In 1996, Christophe moved to the United States and joined DreamWorks SKG. He was hired as a layout artist on "The Prince of Egypt" and soon transitioned to visual development for "Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron." Over his 21-year tenure at DreamWorks, Christophe worked on numerous notable films, including "The Prince of Egypt," "The Road to El Dorado," "Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron," "Madagascar," "Shark Tale," "Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas," "Bee Movie" (Art Director and Character Designer - Golden Globe nomination), "Rise of the Guardians," "Kung Fu Panda," "Shrek Forever After," "Puss in Boots," "The Croods" (Production Designer - Annie Award and Oscar nominee), and "The Croods: A New Age." After DreamWorks, Christophe spent six years at Paramount Animation, working on "Rumble" (Production Designer and Character Designer) - Released on September 21, and "The Tiger’s Apprentice" (Production Designer) - Scheduled for release on January 24.





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