Welcome to BriAnimations Living Entertainment

Welcome to BriAnimations Living Entertainment


“Brian Hull is one of Nashville’s creative treasures”

- NASHVILLE SCENE


brianimate@aol.com

brianhullnashville@gmail.com

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“Brian Hull is one of Nashville’s creative treasures”

- NASHVILLE SCENE


brianimate@aol.com

brianhullnashville@gmail.com

About Us

Biography

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Emmy Award-winner Brian Hull is renowned for bringing compelling original ideas with arresting visual style to fruition.  With 40 years’ experience in entertainment, Brian Hull is known for implementing high standards of quality and creativity into literally hundreds of successful productions. Brian also has international experience and has visited and been inspired by the puppet markets of Europe.




Puppets

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Brian has been the head of Wishing Chair Productions Puppet Theater at the Nashville Public Library for 21 years where he is also the Artistic Director of their International Puppet Festivals - and was a former board member and President of PUPPETEERS OF AMERICA

 - http://www.puppeteers.org/


During the early 1990’s he developed and was Professor U.B. Sharp of the “Professor’s Backyard” for Opryland USA in Nashville, TN. 


Currently in his 16th season writing and directing shows at Dollywood Theme Park, Brian has worked in the theme park industry for three decades. Significantly, for Dollywood: the writing, directing and development for The Little Engine Playhouse with numerous original mini-musicals and shows - adapted from books and associated with Dolly Parton's Imagination Library.



Animation and illustration

Scene from KAYTEK THE WIZARD by Janusz Korczak

Brian is an illustrator, storyboard artist and animator, and has worked on numerous projects with companies such as Sony/BMG as well as with BigFott Studios - Directed by Galen Fott: http://www.bigfott.com/


Kaytek the Wizard by Janusz Korczak

Now available for performances - KAYTEK THE WIZARD by Janusz Korczak


Masters

Masters - Puppetry by Brian Hull and music by Tracy Silverman

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