Stevenson & Hood Tapped for Noah’s Ark
Cameron Hood is an award-winning writer, director, producer, and animator best known for co-directing and co-creating DreamWorks Animation's Megamind, which grossed over $400M worldwide. He also directed DreamWorks' award-winning short First Flight.
Cameron started his career in 1996 when Warner Bros. invited him to study under animation legend Chuck Jones.
He was later hired by DreamWorks Animation Studios, where he worked on such films as the Oscar-winning epic The Prince of Egypt. From writing, directing, story boarding, design, and animating, Cameron's thumb print can be found on the films Shark Tale, Shrek Forever After, How to Train Your Dragon and Kung Fu Panda 2, just to name a few.
In 2006, Cameron directed First Flight, DreamWorks' first original theatrically-released short film. The film received multiple awards, rave reviews, and international recognition. The film also caught the attention of Ben Stiller and Red Hour Films, who offered Cameron a chance to direct and develop Megamind. This became the first time in DreamWorks' history an internal director successfully developed and brought a film into production. Starring Will Ferrell, Megamind became a favorite of audiences worldwide.
Cameron and his Lime Light Studios' team are set to release their first feature film Sky Force, a co-production with T-Films in Hong Kong. Cameron also recently consulted on Illumination Entertainment's Despicable Me 2. Cameron is currently developing Junk with Larger Than Life Productions, and has been tapped to direct Live Music for the producers of Open Season and Surf's Up.
Source: United Pictures