Julian Grey is a partner, director, and animator for Head Gear Animations. This is his biography in mostly incomplete sentences:
Montréal 1967: At Expo '67 Julian tours the US Pavilion's geodesic dome. He is wowed by the seamless convergence of art & design. And he likes the Lunar Lander. London 1973: Returns from North Africa. Enjoys drawing swords, castles, bloody things. Montréal 1974: Reads Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Watches drag-racing every Saturday. Draws stranger things. New York City 1980: Enjoys cannabis in Sheep's Meadow Central Park. Everything makes sense. Montréal 1987: Completes three years of pre-Apple era graphic design school. Gets Letraset stuck in eye. Montréal 1989: Studies printmaking & sculpture at Concordia University. Buys video camera. Makes art. Toronto 1994: Draws weird pictures for Shift Magazine. Meets Steve Angel. Toronto 1995: Discovers animation is the way to go. Amalfi, Italy: On holiday, has epiphany, joins up with Steve Angel to start Head Gear.
Budapest is a poem written and read by former US poet laureate Billy Collins (via)
Forgetfulness - Billy Collins Animated Poetry
Some Days - Billy Collins Animated Poetry
head gear animation