Supervising Animator

Victor Navone

Victor Navone is a traditional artist and computer animator. He was born in Chula Vista, California, and has a degree in Fine Arts from the University of California, Irvine. He worked for several years as a Conceptual Designer and 3D Artist in the computer games industry. In 1998 Navone began studying 3D character animation in his spare time. One of his early animation exercises, “Alien Song”, went on to become a viral internet clip and caught the attention of Pixar Animation Studios, who hired him as a full-time animator in 2000. He currently resides in Oakland, California with his wife and two children.

Navone's feature animation credits include the films “Monsters, Inc.”, “Finding Nemo”, "The Incredibles”, “Cars”, “Toy Story 3”, “Brave”, “The Good Dinosaur”, “Coco”, and “Onward”. He has also contributed to several short films, including “Lou”, “Bao”, and “Kitbull”. For his work on "WALL-E” he won an award from the Visual Effects Society. He has also co-directed a series of short “Cars Toons” for television, and was a Supervising Animator on the film "Inside Out”. He has been teaching animation since 2005.

You can view Victor Navone's animation work at and follow his personal artwork on Instagram @victornavone

Film Credits

Monsters, Inc. Finding Nemo The Incredibles Cars WALL-E Toy Story 3 Cars 2 Brave Monsters University Inside Out The Good Dinosaur Coco Cars 3 Toy Story 4 Onward Luca

Skills & Titles

Animator, Supervising Animator


VES Award 2008: Outstanding Animated Character in an Animated Motion Picture (WALL-E)