Dale K. Myers is a 34 year veteran of radio and television with 20 years of experience as a freelance computer animator.
Myers is no stranger to high honors. Ten years earlier, in 1994, Myers was awarded 3 EMMY's ® from the Michigan Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for his computer creation, Robo Jr. The six-minute short subject - produced, directed and animated by Myers - was one of the first entirely computer generated 3D cartoons and was featured at SIGGRAPH's annual computer festival. Additional honors include the Gold Camera Award from the 27th annual U.S. International Film and Video Festival.|
Myers continues to work as a freelance animator for clients around the country, telecommuting from his home near Detroit, Michigan. Clients include Will Vinton Studios in Portland, Oregon where he served as Lead Animator on six of their award-winning M&M commercials. Two of the 30-second M&M spots (Run and Falling in Love) were seen by over 17 million viewers during Super Bowl telecasts in 1996-97. Myers also worked on Vinton's 3D M&M adventure film, which is showcased at a special venue on the Las Vegas strip.
Additional clients include: Michigan Lottery, Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Tigers, Ford Motor Company, K-Mart, General Motors Corporation, Charter National Bank, Rock Financial, Henry Ford Health System, Kroger, and many more!
A seasoned writer and public speaker, Myers has served as spokesman on many subjects ranging from video production techniques to the art of computer animation. He recently authored, Computer Animation: Expert Advice on Breaking into the Business.
In addition to his computer and writing skills, Myers is a recognized expert on the JFK assassination. Honored in 1983 by the Associated Press for his radio documentary on the assassination, Myers authored The Detroit News' 25th anniversary coverage of the JFK slaying. In 1993, Myers was an on-camera expert and technical consultant for the critically acclaimed BBC/Frontline documentary, Who Was Lee Harvey Oswald? In 1998 Myers authored the critically acclaimed book: With Malice: Lee Harvey Oswald and the Murder of Officer J.D. Tippit, the only indepth study of this pivotal assassination event.