Seymour.tv is a full-service production company specializing in producing and developing live-action, animation, puppetry, stop motion, CG , and / or in-camera special effects for film, television, commercial, music video, documentary and interactive. Seymour.tv employs professionals from a collective of freelance producers, writers, creative directors, animators, puppet builders, puppeteers, visual effects artists, editors, programmers, and VR specialists. Seymour.tv believes in 'keeping it real,' and shoots all animation and content 'in-camera' as much as possible. We often mix media, to achieve the perfect mix of science and art to create the stunning worlds and dreamlike imagery for character driven stories, live right in front of your eyes - but usually for the camera.
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Toben Seymour is a director based in Venice, CA.
Toben Seymour is a director, animator, and puppeteer whose work is continually surprising and surprisingly sweet. Innovative stories are his playground, from a documentary short for Mercedes-Benz featuring the fashion world's favorite sound director Michel Gaubert and his “mini-me” puppet assistant, to a Funny or Die music video where a young blue yeti creature and Jon Hamm are traveling buddies. Toben most recently worked with The Jim Henson Company's digital puppetry studio, directing two episodes of Splash And Bubbles, airing on PBS Kids in early 2017. A true multi-hyphenate, Toben works expertly across live action, animation, and puppetry, for film, TV, commercials, and music videos. He’s experienced and adept at many styles of puppetry and animation including: hand and rod puppetry (Muppet style), shadow puppetry, miniature / table-top puppetry, Bunraku, rod puppetry, marionette, stop motion animation, and computer animation / VFX. He has directed work for a wide variety of clients and talent including: Mercedes-Benz, Lenovo, General Electric, Norah Jones, Will.i.am, Moby, and Aesop Rock, among many others.