Bob Camp
EMMY AWARD NOMINEE
(Artist - Ren and Stimpy; G.I. Joe; Marvel Age; Savage Tales; Conan the Barbarian)
Bob CampBob Camp is a cartoonist/illustrator, comic book artist, writer, story artist, designer, director and producer. He has worked on many TV series as well as feature films for such studios as Warner Brothers, Fox and Nickelodeon. Bob has been nominated for two Emmys, a Cable Ace award, and an Annie for his work on the “Ren and Stimpy” animated series. He was an illustrator at Marvel Comics on many comic titles including GI Joe, Crazy Magazine, Marvel Age, Bizarre Adventures, Savage Tales, Conan the Barbarian and The Nam. He has done covers, comics and editorial illustrations for Family Weekly magazine and The National Lampoon. Bob is presently the Storyboard Supervisor on Nickelodeon’s Bubble Guppies and is developing concepts for film, TV, gaming and the internet.

Filmography
Owner- Boblab Studios
Bubble Guppies (Current) Nickelodeon- Storyboard Supervisor
Tanks of Fury Game app (2012) Iversoft Solutions- Art Director
Dagedar (2011-2012) Moonscoop Animation- Storyboard artist
Yoohoo and Friends (2011-2012) Toonzone Animation- storyboard artist
Kick Buttowski Suburban Daredevil (2010-2011) DisneyXD- storyboard artist
Leaf Men (2009-2010) Blue Sky/Fox- storyboard artist
Sym-bionic Titan (2009) Cartoon Network- storyboard artist Kick Buttowski Suburban Daredevil (2008-2009) DisneyXD- storyboard artist
Robotboy (2006-2007) TV series Cartoon Network/France 3- Director
Legend of the Leaf Men (2006) Blue Sky/Fox- development artist
Ice Age II: The Meltdown (2005) Blue Sky/Fox- storyboard artist
Robots (2004) Blue Sky/Fox- storyboard artist
Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003) Warner Bros.- storyboard artist
Scooby Doo (2002) Warner Bros.- storyboard artist
Grim and Evil (2002) Cartoon Network- storyboard artist
Jackie Chan Adventures (2002) Colombia/Tristar- story artist
Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2001) Paramount- storyboard artist
Cats and Dogs (2001) Warner Bros.- storyboard artist
Osmosis Jones (2001) Warner Bros.- storyboard artist
Lucky Lydia (2000) pilot for Cartoon Network- writer, co-director, executive producer
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) -Imagine/Ron Howard- storyboard artist
Cow and Chicken (1997-9) Cartoon Network- storyboard artist
Space Goofs (1995-6) Gaumont Multimedia/Fox- writer, storyboard artist, co-story supervisor, and voice director)
The Ren & Stimpy Show (1990-5) Nickelodeon- Co-creator, storyboard artist, writer, director, producer, supervising director
Tiny Toon Adventures (1989) Warner Bros.- storyboard artist
The New Adventures of Beany and Cecil (1989) DIC- storyboard artist
The Real Ghost Busters (1988) DIC- character designer
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