John Solomon is a film, animation, branding, talent, theme park, and internet consultant. His clients have included Disney, Warner Brothers TV Animation, Power of Entertainment, 6 Point Harness Animation Studios, Media Eagles, Ghostbot Animation, The Vault, and Big Stage. John began his career working in feature films for Francis Coppola’s Zoetrope Studios, followed by Scott Rudin and Freddie Fields Productions, and later Witt-Thomas Films, where he associate produced the films Mixed Nuts and Final Analysis. In 1992 John began a 15-year stint at the Walt Disney Company, as a VP of filmed entertainment at Imagineering and as head of Disney Television Animation’s Shorts Lab. He then shifted to the arena of social justice, producing a campaign for human rights in Burma, followed by a political campaign for Dan Adler for Congress. John was a consultant for Rinpoche’s film Vara: A Blessing. As an avid contemporary art collector, John’s eclectic taste ranges from William Wegman to Andy Warhol to Christo to Claes Oldenberg. Recently, John restored Richard Neutra’s Taylor House, a modernist gem in the hills above Los Angeles. He was a founding board member of the Pasadena Museum of California Art and currently serves on the Khyentse Foundation Fundraising Committee, and is a KF representative for the USA.
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