Daniel OdomSenior Motions Graphic Designerdanielo@bespokevid.com

Daniel is Mississippi native whose career started as a graphic designer after graduating from Mississippi State University in 1995. While working as an Art Director at Peavey Electronics, he met and married his wife, Cindy. He found his passion for animation in 2000 while studying at Savannah College of Art and Design. Since then, he has shared his talents with companies across the southeast, including: Caesars Entertainment, Mossy Oak Productions and E. W. Scripps. Most recently, he was the Senior Motion Graphic Designer for The List, a nationally syndicated entertainment-news program. Today, he spends his spare time playing video games and wrestling with his dog, Toby.


A Little Q&A with Daniel Odom

How did you get to Bespoke Media Group?

I'm always looking for a new challenge. After creating show graphics for several years, I pursued a place that would bring me back to my advertising and marketing roots. Funny story, I was on a plane on my way to Little Rock to interview with a different company when Bespoke responded to my resume.

What's the best thing you've seen on the internet?

Reddit.

What's a little known fact about you?

It's 2016 and I'm on Facebook. There are no "little known facts" anymore. or... I prefer Pillsbury Orange Danishes to Cinnamon Rolls. or... I'm double-jointed.

What movie or tv show do you most regret watching?

"The Host" - Aliens invade Earth, a la Invasion of the Body Snatcher style? Okay, that sounds cool.  Oh, it was written by Stephanie Meyer.  I didn't even finish watching it.
Bonus: "Tranformers (All of them)" - Michael Bay, stop ruining my childhood.

What has been your most embarrassing job?

I worked for a litigation support company.  As a creative person, it was the most soul-crushing work imaginable.  I only lasted three months.

What do you most love about what you currently do?

I get paid to create animations for a wide variety of clients. It's a new challenge every day.

What device, gadget, or kitchen appliance could you absolutely not live without?

My Android phone.

If you could only write with one color for the rest of your days, what would it be?

Red.