How to be an animation producer

To be an animation producer you should know what animation producers are. They have the responsibility to oversee the production of an animation short/series/movie. It’s a matter of starting your own business and that is a separate kind of education and finances. You will hire & gather workers such as directors, animators, writers & so on. When I said “responsibility” I meant that you have to give the insight to your employees on what they need to do to make the animation.

For example. Ramsey Naito is the current president of Nickalodeon studios. However in the past she has worked on many shows & movies such as The Spongebob Squarepants movie & The Baby Boss as an executive producer. The difference between these two is that while all employees report to him/her for everything an executive producer doesn’t get too involved in a production. It’s like being the king/queen of the castle in a way.

For more information read this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ramsey_Ann_Naito

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nickelodeon_Animation_Studio

Producers/executive producers usually have contacts to various studios not just one. In this county or in others. But there has been instances where an American animation studio has collaborated with anime producers. One in particular is a studio based in Texas called Tonari Animation. They hare a web-based studio, meaning they mostly function online. They have hired animators & layout artists via social media websites to work on Japanese based productions. They have collaborated with various Japanese animation studios such as Toei Animation & Studio Perriot in previous years.

The CEO of the studio is Jarrett Martin. As I said before, the role of a producer is to manage the employees on their work, but Mr. Martin is also an animator himself who has contributed directly into said projects. Mr. Martin has very much enjoyed working with anime creators over the past few years & will continue to do so.

While they have been very successful in their work, they’re still looking for new recruits as the animation industry continues to grow. Please visit their website for more information.

And to join his studio as either an animator, layout artist or both, send him your portfolio. His contact information is here.

Learning media production will take a few college courses. But we at Springboard have connections to various producers who can help educate you at half the price. And if you are an animation producer reading this, we would really appreciate you contacting us to help us teach the youth about animation production.

Email: steven@springboardincubators.org

Phone: (516) 414-2000

I encourage you the viewer to consider becoming an animation producer you will be doing a huge favor for not just yourself but many animators, writers, directors & story boarding artists as well. Thank you for reading.