UCLA Animation Workshop | Heather Langley
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Heather Langley

After working for several years in publishing, marketing¬†and communications, Heather grew tired of being “practical” (i.e. boring) and decided to pursue her dream of becoming an animator. Ever since making this decision, Heather has developed a healthier relationship with her imagination, a heightened sense of humor, and renewed faith in mankind. With degrees in English literature, fine art, and creative writing, animation combines Heather’s many interests in one medium. It is her goal to make humorous, thoughtful animated films that promote awareness of current social, educational, and environmental issues. Her latest film, Tree Hugger, was recently named a CINE Golden Eagle Award Finalist and has screened at film and environmental festivals within the US, Australia, and Spain. When not in front of her computer, you can generally find Heather outdoors, running, hiking, or climbing trees.¬†www.hlangley.com