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JANE WU is a NY based motion graphics Creative Director, Art Director, designer, illustrator, animator, gamer, and a dog mom. She earned her Bachelor's degree in Film and Animation at Pratt Institute where she made her short film, Book Girl and Cabinet Girl that won awards internationally. She has 15 years of experience in the industry, contributing her skills to a diverse range of projects, from branded marketing content, TV and Film graphics to immersive interactive projects. She has a passion for storytelling, using art as a transformative tool and as a playground for the soul.

Jane has directed and worked on branded marketing content for Wayfair, Paypal,
 Bose, Hasbro Gaming, EGO, Eyelab as well as collaborated with major brands including Nickelodeon, IKEA, Coca-Cola, New York Times, WWE, and Stella Artois. Her filmography includes Rising Against Asian Hate (PBS), Women of the Movement: Mamie Till-Mobley (ABC), Tidying Up with Marie Kondo (Netflix), Soul of a Nation (ABC), Our Flag Means Death (AMC), What We Do in the Shadows (FX), White Fatigue, My Dream Kitchen (Food Network) and Family Guy (FXX). In addition to her work on show packages and commercials, she has directed interactive animations for the Boston Museum of Science's Changing Landscapes exhibits, as well as overseeing large-scale displays for Frank Gehry's IAC wall and the Oculus in NYC.

2023 Diverse Perspectives in Digital Media & Design Speaker Series at UConn: The Visionary Leadership of Minority Women in Animation
UConn Daily: Visionary Leadership of Minority Women
Animation World Network: Hero4Hire Names Jane Wu Creative Director 
Daily Campus Article: How Hero4Hire creative director Jane Wu shapes culture through art 
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