Lisa Tan developed a love for the 3D animation pipeline and has applied modeling, texture mapping, rigging and animation skills to 3D animatics for theme park design at Universal Creative, holographic anatomy for the School of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University, and previsualization footage for Paul Schraeder's film Dog Eat Dog
. She has created two short films: Wisteria
, a collaborative animation that premiered on a planetarium dome at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, and High Hedges
, her thesis film which was on exhibit at the Cleveland Institute of Art's 2017 Student Summer Show.
Lisa currently works as a freelance designer and multimedia artist and spends her free time learning and teaching creative skills, participating in local community organizing, and building cat trees.
Lisa graduated in 2017 from the Cleveland Institute of Art with a BFA in Animation.