A pixel pusher, a storyteller, a noble robot.
Mark LaCroix is a filmmaker, motion graphics artist, and software developer. His diverse work has appeared in an absurdly wide variety of venues, including: animation on NBC's Parks and Recreation, photography on CNN's Larry King Live, short film on Canadian cable television, apps on Google Play and the Apple App Store, and comissioned public art on urban utility boxes.
Mark believes in people, because he grew up watching Star Trek, and he doesn't like when people claim that immortality would eventually get boring.
He lives in Minneapolis with his wife and three computers.