Following a renowned career as a dancer, Tina moved into animation working as a Key Clean Up Artist with Filmmation Studios, and on Don Bluth’s Banjo the Woodpile Cat (1979). Tina later entered Walt Disney Feature Animation, working with Andreas Deja on The Black Cauldron (1985). Her curiosity for technology led her with a small team to pioneer 3D computer animation in every Disney film from Oliver and Company (1988) to Fantasia 2000 (2000). Working both traditionally and digitally, Tina spent most of her career contributing to every feature animated film at Disney including the award winning short film shown at SIGGRAPH Oilspot and Lipstick (1987), and became the first woman to be titled as “Head of Computer Animation” at Walt Disney. Her company, The Creative Talent Network, INC. (CTN) has become the international community standard for top talent artists in the animation industry and host to the award winning annual trade show event: The CTN animation eXpo.