Alan Bodner, saying of his artwork, "The excitement in my work comes from allowing shapes, color and design to play together," one can readily agree. Bodner has been in the animation industry for over twenty years. Currently with Cartoon Network on the production, "The Life and Times of Juniper Lee," where he is Art Director, his latest creations with its abstract overtones, departs vastly from the concreteness of animation. Alan has had a long and storied career in animation. He developed "Space Mountain", "Dream Catchers" and "Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas" for Disney Television Animation. In 1999 Alan art directed "Clerks, The Animated Series" for Miramax Television. During his long career at Warner Bros. Alan was supervising Background Artist for numerous theatrical shorts and commercials. Later at WB he art directed "Iron Giant" and shorts "Little Go Beep," and "Carrotblanca." Alan's distinctive style has been featured extensively on "New York's ABC News," as well as "Pee Wee's Playhouse" and Women's Wear Daily. A graduate of Art Center College of Design, Bodner received an Annie Award for his production design for "Iron Giant."