Skycar Creative is a moving picture company focused on cinematic live-action & design-driven motion graphics, led by Jane Selle Morgan & Aaron Barry. For more details about what we do & how we do it… see our Capabilities Sheet
Creative Director / Founder
Aaron builds and leads creative projects for Fortune 100 companies and global agencies, concepting and art directing in styles ranging from cel animation, to comedy, to CG-integrated live-action. One of his lifelong fears is encountering expired dairy products.
Jane Selle Morgan
EP / Director / Founder
Jane directs comedy and "pretty picture" commercials with crews from 5 to 50 while keeping large rosters of clients happy with her infectious optimism and humor*. A born performer, when she didn't make the school cheerleading squad she moved on to be captain of the baton twirlers. Photos upon request. *(Jane wants you to know she didn't write this!)
Andrea produces short-form films and recently led a team that created 10 web shows a week for Discovery. She lost count at about episode 302. Her cat is trained to play dead (no, really!), which we think helps you understand how great a producer she really is.
Carlos is an animator and artist who believes that the lightest roast wins. He says he much prefers his current commute on 580 to the non-stop, IED laden trip from Kuwait to Baghdad he did in '03. The current danger he lives with is deep diving into pixels and key frames for animations, from which he always manages to make it back out with his signature bright smile.
Kyle is a talented photographer/filmmaker who can be found coordinating in the Skycar shop, framing behind the camera, or even mugging in front of it. You might recognize him from the toy aisle when he was the face on the box of the childhood classic Slip'N Slide.
IT / Post Production Specialist
Andrei is a man of few words but many talents. In addition to having wicked editorial chops and technical intuition, he has a black belt in Karate, is an avid rock climber, and accidentally learned Portuguese by binge-watching Brazilian films for a year.
Domino is a very good shop dog when he's not snacking on critical ethernet cables. Luckily, he’s cute.