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Holliday R. Horton

Also Known As

  • Holliday Fuller

Game Credits

Art/Graphics

NFL GameDay 2003 (2002)   (Artists)
NFL GameDay 2002 (2001)   (Artists)
NFL GameDay 2001 (2000)   (Art Director)
NCAA GameBreaker 2000 (1999)   (Artists)
NFL GameDay 2000 (1999)   (Artists)
NCAA GameBreaker 99 (1998)   (Artists)
NCAA GameBreaker 98 (1997)   (Additional Artists)
NFL GameDay 98 (1997)   (Artists)
NCAA Gamebreaker (1996)   (Artists)
NFL GameDay (1996)   (Artists)
NFL GameDay '97 (1996)   (Artists)
NHL FaceOff (1996)   (Additional Artists)
ESPN Baseball Tonight (1994)   (Special Effects Art)
 

Other

NFL GameDay 99 (1998)   (Red Zone Interactive)
 


Developer Biography

A life-long traditional artist & animator with over 20 years of experience in 3D digital fields (3D stereo imaging, video-games, interactive software design, scientific visualization & 3D animation). Holliday worked in the video-game industry as a 3D animator and lead artist for several interactive software companies including industry giant Sony Computer Entertainment of America. Following 7 years of employment by SCEA, Holliday became the art director and senior shareholder of RedZone Interactive, inc., an entertainment software development studio responsible for the creation of video-game titles for the Sony Playstation and PS2 game consoles.

As an art director & animator in the video-game industry she contributed to 16 game titles with one franchise being a tremendously successful Playstation launch title, "NFL GameDay", selling over 5 million copies (outselling Madden the first several development cycles). Madden then bought the NFL license excluding other companies from making NFL video-games.

Her current work, 3D Stereo (3DS) art & photography (which Holliday initially designed & rendered on supercomputers in the 1980's) utilizes 3DS technology to produce art within a floating 3 dimensional viewing space (viewable with a 3D projection system & polarized glasses or on stereo-view cards with viewers). Holliday currently teaches 3DS workshops to high-school students and teachers and is available for 3DS consulting.

You can find her modern 3D stereo cards on etsy.com (http://www.etsy.com/people/iholliday) or view her 3D pictures on her website at www.iholliday.com

Last updated: Apr 30, 2010