Kendu Films Founder Davy Liu immigrated to the United States at the age of 13. He struggled through most of his academic years as he tried to associate into the western culture. He found comfort in art and his artistic talents landed him awards at the national level.
At age 19, Davy was recruited by Walt Disney Feature Animation and was assigned to classic films such as “Beauty and the Beast,” “Aladdin,” “Mulan,” and “The Lion King”. He later joined Warner Brothers to work on Space Jam and Quest of Camelot. In 1998, he was offered an art director position at George Lucas’ Industrial Light and Magic. There, his projects included Star Wars Episode I and Frankenstein.
In year 2000, Davy resumed the role as an illustrator, and his pieces were featured in the pages of Business Week, Time Magazine, and the Wall Street Journal. He continued to work on projects with Disney as well as ads for Super Bowl. Davy’s achievements earned him the title: Most Distinctive Illustrator of 2000.
Davy founded Kendu Films in 2004. His recent works include the picture book series “Invisible Tails”.