Ron Crabb began his art career as an illustrator for KABC Television in Los Angeles during the 1984 Olympics. Over the years, he has worked in many areas of the entertainment industry, including motion graphics design, digital illustration, visual effects, concept art, and matte painting for film and television. He has earned numerous accolades, including Broadcast Design Association awards, television and print awards, and Emmy nominations.
Ron also makes fine art. He is working on digital recreations of the historic Port Blakely lumber mill on Bainbridge Island, WA, where he now lives and freelances. To learn more, visit his website at www.crabbdigital.com.
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