Paul Kim is working in the uncharted industry of automotive at an electric automotive startup as a motion designer and art director, where he’s applying motion storytelling to bring about compelling stories and design. He has an undergraduate from Art Center College of Design where he focused on multidisciplinary design, motion design, and directing. After his education, he joined Prologue where he worked with Apple, Google, and Terrence Malick. He then worked with Elastic where he designed MTV Video Music Awards, the 87th Academy Awards, Westworld, The Night Manager, The Terror, Emmy-nominated Halt and Catch Fire, Emmy-winner The Man in the High Castle, and more. He designs a diverse range of projects such as television, film titles, branding, commercials, and documentaries
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