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David Campiti

Glass House Graphics
CEO
Orlando, FL
David Campiti is CEO of Glass House Studios, an animation and illustration studio with offices in the USA, Canada, Philippines, Brazil, India, Indonesia, and Italy. Their Animation Divisions -- Cutting Edge, Top Peg, and Rockit -- have contributed animation to such TV shows as Looney Tunes (2020) and such feature films as Despicable Me, Ice Age: Collision Course, Horton Hears a Who, Gnomeo & Juliet, Rio, and New Katt City, and fully animated the award-winning, Tribeca-shown Hulu animated movie Niko: The Journey to Magika and the feature Americano on Netflix.

David Campiti is an animation producer, IP creator, writer, voiceover actor, and international artist talent scout. He has also worked as a publisher, editor-in-chief, and publishing consultant. He has edited and published four Anne Rice best-selling Vampire Lestat graphic novel properties, edited Stephen King's work for The Illustrated Masques, and is a contributing writer to Writing Horror, the official guide of the Horror Writer's Association from Writer's Digest Books. His other credits range from writing Stan Lee's How to Draw Comics with the legendary co-creator of the Marvel Universe and The Marvel Art of Mike Deodato to producing the animated features Niko: The Journey to Magika and co-producing El Americano (uncredited). He has written a series of Call of Legends: Joan of Arc graphic novels for Mythic Games and writes the Goddess Girls and Heroes in Training graphic novel series for Simon & Schuster. Campiti also teaches Seminars on aspects of Creating Comics & Animation all over the world.

Glass House's Publishing Services Division has worked with such notable best-sellers as Stephen King, Anne Rice, Terry Pratchett, Larry Niven, Jerry Pournelle, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Patricia Briggs, Jim Butcher, Kim Harrison, Joss Whedon, and others. Clients include Disney Worldwide Publishing, DreamWorks Publishing, Random House (Del Rey, Watson Guptill), Reader's Digest Books, St. Martin's Press, Stone Arch Books, Hasbro, Lego, Mattel, Southern Ground Collective, Marvel, DC, Dark Horse, Titan, Upper Deck, Rittenhouse Archives, Readerlink, and others.