Way back in the digital Stone Age (i.e., 1987), Pauline co-founded Rhythm and Hues Studios, a computer animation and visual effects company, which went on to win multiple Academy Awards® (Life of Pi, Babe, and The Golden Compass – Best Visual Effects). Working there for over 25 years, Pauline wore many hats, including: software programmer, digital artist, lighting director, art director, and VP of Development.
Pauline's production credits as a digital artist or lighting/art director include Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Disney's theme park attraction It's Tough to be a Bug, and various commercials, including the first Coco-Cola Polar Bear spot. Her work at R&H has won numerous awards including an Emmy, an Annie, and Clios. She has also served as a jury member for numerous competitions including the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Emmys, the International Monitor Awards, the World Animation Celebration, and the Pasadena Tournament of Roses.
She has co-led nature photography workshops through various parts of the West and Southwest, including many trips to the Four Corners region, the home of the Hopi and other Pueblo Indians.
Her photographs and artwork have been in juried and non-juried exhibits, including the Biota Gallery, the Brandstater Gallery at Loma Linda University, and the University of Southern California. Her work is also represented in several private collections. You can click here to see some of her photos.
Pauline currently lives in Los Angeles, CA with her husband, chasing after her two children who are growing way too fast...
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