Jacob Romeo is lead concept designer for Santa Fe-based Meow Wolf, one of the most heralded contemporary art projects to hit the scene in the last decade. He’ll discuss visual language and the pursuit of the good, true, and beautiful even in the midst of the fantastical.
JACOB ROMEO is lead concept designer for Meow Wolf. For the last decade and a half, he has worked as a visual storyteller and college educator in the realms of concept art/visual development/illustration for animation, games, theme parks, and film. During that period, he lived and worked with clients in diverse locales such as Japan, Israel, Australia, Germany, Spain, San Francisco, Cuba, Los Angeles, and Santa Fe, NM. He holds two terminal degrees, and his work has appeared in print and other forms around the globe, including The New York Times and Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art.
+ Learn more about Jacob’s class at the 2020 Glen Workshop (“Visual Storytelling for Artists and Designers”) here: https://imagejournal.org/glenworkshop-2020-jacob-romeo/
+ Visit Jacob’s website here: www.jacobromeo.com
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