Myers made a splash in the early 1990's with Robo Jr, one of the first computer animated short films, which earned 3 Emmy's ®, the Gold Camera Award from the 27th annual U.S. International Film and Video Festival, and a spot at SIGGRAPH's annual computer animation festival.|
The success of Robo Jr led to a stint with Will Vinton Studios (now Laika Entertainment) in Portland, Oregon, where Myers served as Lead Animator on five of the first computer animated M&M spots, two of which were seen by over 17 million viewers during the 1996-97 Super Bowls.
A seasoned and entertaining public speaker, Myers has wowed college audiences with his "reality check" on what it really takes to be successful in the animation industry. Based on his street-smart guide, Computer Animation: Expert Advice on Breaking into the Business, Myers offers honest, anecdotal, straight-talk about the business of show business. Here's what audiences are saying:
4 Stars! Ė "The advice and presentation were stellar, extremely helpful." "A lot of points covered that I hadnít considered." "You touched on some stuff that the teachers here donít ever bring up." "Love that you were brutally honest!"
Myers also served as an adjunct faculty member of the College for Creative Studies in Detroit for 12-years (2005-2017) where he taught Intro to Maya and Computer Character Animation 1 - two courses he designed and developed. He is available for one-on-one career consulting.