Dorothy Schultz

Dorothy Schultz (research, graphics) received her BA in art and education certification (PreK-12) from Saint Mary’s College and her MFA in sculpture from Pennsylvania State University. She currently works as a 4th-12th grade art teacher in Connecticut as well as an adjunct drawing instructor for the University of Connecticut.

She first started working for Gorman Bechard by carving a potato for his film Color Me Obsessed: A Film About The Replacements.  She has since worked as an animator for A Dog Named Gucci and as a Co-producer (Hipster Animation/Handwriting/Typing/Photo Manipulation) for Who is Lydia Loveless?.