About the Author
Reuel Kim currently works as a video editor at Riot Games. He received his Master of Fine Arts degree from the USC Graduate School of Cinematic Arts, the film school consistently ranked #1 in the nation. He trained under award-winning Hollywood veterans there with special emphases on directing, writing, cinematography, and sound design.
Reuel's professional production experience spans over 5 years. From 2007 to 2010, he produced a variety of television and web commercials and corporate videos for clients such as Coca-Cola, Honda, and Comcast. In addition, he has made several short fiction and documentary films, many of which have screened at film festivals and cultural events across the country. Reuel was also formerly the co-director of the Los Angeles Korean International Film Festival.
His most recent narrative work is an award-winning short film that he directed called "Forgotten" (2009/IMDb). In addition to film work, he has written and directed two stageplays, one of which was a musical called "The Tale of Changsu" that played at UCLA's Royce Hall, one of the nation's finest concert halls.
Reuel recently graduated in December 2011 from Animation Mentor with a certificate in Advanced Character Animation Studies.