Okay, so, it happened a little something like this...
Late in the previous century, Monty Python's Graham Chapman introduced our animated character "The Evil Cat" to the world on his Cinemax series The Dangerous Film Club.
Since then, we've been making award winning, critically acclaimed shorts, commercials, TV shows and music videos that have been seen all over the world.
the evil cat story...
Some of the companies and people we've worked with include Disney, ABC, Ogilvy & Mather, Chiat/Day, McCann/Ericsson, Noggin, Nickelodeon, Sesame Workshop, Warner Bros., MGM/Mirage, Marvel Films, Lionsgate Films, FOX, the B-52s, Ice Cube, Ice T, Cedric the Entertainer, DUCK Studios, Klasky Csupo, Atlantic Records and many others.
On television, our work has been on PBS, ABC, IFC, NBC, FOX, Spike TV, Channel 4 (U.K.), Canal Plus (France), Cinemax, Nickelodeon & MTV.
Theatrically, we have been screened at Annecy, Comic-Con (San Diego), Slamdance, Palace of Fine Arts (San Francisco), the Hammer Museum (Los Angeles), Museum of Contemporary Art (San Diego), The Egyptian Theatre/American Cinematheque (Hollywood), Brooklyn Academy of Music, Bryn Mawr Film Institute, Royce Hall (UCLA), George Eastman Museum (Rochester), REDCAT Theatre (Los Angeles), DeBartolo Center for the Performing Arts (University of Notre Dame), University of Chicago--- and many more, often as part of the Spike and Mike Festival of Animation.
Recently we directed and animated the television series Angry Little Asian Girl (starring Margaret Cho, based on Lela Lee's comic strip), created animation and puppets for Attention Deficit Theater (CW Network, starring Jaime King and produced by Sarah Michelle Gellar) and built and performed puppets for Kristina Wong's Radical Cram School.
We are currently in production on our first feature film I'd Rather Be Turned Into Cat Food.
For info on our puppetry work, please visit: www.evilcatpuppets.com