Ian Timothy, a sophomore from my alma mater, St. Xavier High School in Louisville, is making waves in the stop motion animation world. For the second year in a row, he’s won National Gold Medals in Film and Animation for his series Beaver Creek. The local PBS station, KET, featured him on a recent episode of Louisville Life.
Each episode runs under ten minutes and takes several months to create. He works his magic up on the second floor of his home, and the recording booth in the basement. While in Louisville a few months ago, I dropped by and was given the privilege of voicing a new character, the turtle, who makes his debut halfway through (and then again at the end) in the newly released episode Seven. Give it up for the turtle, people.
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