Brian Ingermann: Cartoonist, Illustrator, Author
"My passion for Movies and the Art of storytelling came from my love of all things Walt Disney. It was from pictures, from his studios, that I first saw storyboards and I knew that is what I wanted to do with my art when I was younger. Later, when my career led me into the movie cinema management business ,I used to receive press kits that had all sorts of wonderful things from the studios that helped sell their films. Due to these press kits, I was again exposed to storyboards like the ones from Tim Burton's Batman in 1989 and the incredible art of David Russell that inspired me to get into creating movie storyboards . Now, I am getting to do what I always wanted to do in the film industry... and for that I am truly thankful to everyone, who has hired me to complete their storyboards for their wonderful films."
Brian Ingermann is an Award-Winning Cartoonist and IMDB Storyboard Artist from Hot Springs Arkansas. He is the Owner and Creative force for his cartoon/illustration based company; Full Moon Cartoon Studios.
Brian began working on movie storyboards in 2017 when he was selected to do the boards for the Stephen King Film; The Man Who Loved Flowers for the Indiana based film company 5 After 5 Productions.
In early 2018, he completed boards for the Kentucky based Creepy Attic Productions and their new Paranormal Horror Film; Rosa Leigh. In the fall of 2018, he again joined forces with Director Christopher Maggard and not only worked on storyboards but also took on scriptwriting duties on their next forthcoming film; For the Love of My Daughter. The film is inspired by true events and will begin filming in the fall of 2019. His next script is the creature feature mystery action-suspense film titled Northern Storm, which is currently under development.
Brian created promotional boards for The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, which are featured on the home page of this website, and showcases his ability to tell a story visually with specifically assigned camera direction. His speed on creating boards is his asset for any film director who needs boards quickly for their production.
Before creating Full Moon Cartoon Studios, he was a USAF Award-Winning Cartoonist for work completed, while serving in the Air Force at Wright Patterson AFB, on the base paper The Sky-Wrighter. He also received the best Freehand Art Award from Spa-Con in the fall of 2017 for original work completed at the convention that is held annually in Hot Springs Arkansas. Brian has been a regular on the Horror, Comic and Pop Con circuits since the fall of 2012.
He received his formal art education from The Art Institutes of Indianapolis, The John Herron Institute of Art in Indianapolis, and Sinclair College in Dayton Ohio. He also had an extensive 20 year career, after serving in the Air Force, in Movie Cinema and Drive In Theater management at various cities across the United States.
Please see the resume section of this website for more information about contacting Brian for prospective work.