Ethan Becker is a Visual Developer working in DreamWorks TV as a revisionist for Voltron Legendary Defender. He has experience as a Background Designer, Environment Design, Production Design who worked in Newbaby Productions and In My Father’s Shadow film. He’s originally from Texas and moved to California to look for more opportunities as a creative professional.
Ethan Becker is a very stoic figure, he knows how to survive and camp in the wild without any luxuries, so realizing that in California he would find more opportunities he moved there and lived in his car until he got a job at DreamWorks. He was raised by his grandparents who instilled in him a great work ethic.
Interview with Ethan Becker:
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In this Episode, You Will Learn:
- Ethan Becker’s Story
- How to deal with scary decisions
- How to learn to produce great art
- How to create films & animation
- Tips on learning from failures
- Have no expectations for life, just do the work, if something bad happens, you wont get too down about it and if something great happens you’ll be happier.
- VR is just starting out, probably is gonna take 10 to 20 years to be in the next level but if you start now you’ll have 10-20 years of experience in it.
- You gotta surround yourself in good art to know what good art looks like, make or move to an environment where you’re constantly surrounded by good art.
- This is a small industry, it looks big but it’s very small, so be humble, be nice, learn from others, don’t put your art so highly, it’s your job to please your director and producer.
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