Tina O'Hailey

Associate dean, School of Digital Media


  • B.F.A., computer animation, Ringling School of Art and Design, 1993
  • M.Sc. IT, object oriented programming, Regis University, 2002


Artist development trainer, having taught artists in every department of the animation and game production process including the games and films: "Madden," "NCAA," "Superman," "Prince of Egypt," "Mulan," "Lilo and Stitch," "Dinosaur" and "Brother Bear"

Awards, recognitions and honors

Supervising professor, "Quercus Venenum," 2008, screened at Daytona Film Festival and Savannah Film Festival; supervising professor, "Jaguar McGuire," 2009, premiered at AtlantAmation 2010; supervising professor, "Drag N' Fly," 2010


SAAS: Atlanta Animation Society Student Group faculty advisor

Publications and Presentations

"Hybrid Animation: Integrating 2-D and 3-D Assets," published by Focal Press 2010