Limbert Fabian

Limbert Fabian

Limbert Fabian is an Emmy Award-winning director and illustrator. His journey as a creative artist is one of artistic exploration. A New York native, Fabian honed his craft at the prestigious LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Ringling College of Art and Design. His illustrations have graced the pages of Playboy and The Atlantic among others, even garnering recognition in esteemed annuals like American Illustration.

Seeking to blend his artistic talents with storytelling, Fabian ventured into film. He started at Reel FX Animation Studios, mastering visual effects and CGI animation. Working his way up as a creative resource in all aspects of production. This experience fueled his rise to director at their west coast branch. Later, at Moonbot Studios, he found his passion for interactive work and crafting heartfelt stories.

Fabian's directorial brilliance shone with Chipotle Mexican Grill's "The Scarecrow," a film and game experience that swept major advertising awards. This success ignited his desire to continue to craft animated films but also create immersive narratives. He co-founded Flight School, an immersive design studio, culminating in the Department of Wonder, a groundbreaking project combining digital installations with theatrical magic. His most recent project, Now Is The Time, seeks to make Martin Luther King Jr's famous “Dream” speech tangible to today's audiences through Virtual Reality.

Fabian's artistic evolution, from illustrator to acclaimed animation director to VR visionary, is driven by a love of storytelling and a desire to connect audiences with narratives in powerful new ways. Today, he remains inspired by his most critical audience - his three children - as he continues to push the boundaries of immersive experiences and animated storytelling.

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