1979        Top Portfolio and Best of Show for Young Talent

                in Oklahoma.  National Scholastic’s Top Portfolio

                in the United States.

                Wrote and directed, photographed 25

                minute, 16 mm film, PUTNAMCITYMAN.

1983        Graduated with honors from Art Center College of

                Design, in Illustration with a Film Supplement.

1984-85  Movie posters for Universal Studios, including

                designs for OUT OF AFRICA, BACK TO THE

                FUTURE, FLETCH, DUNE and BRAZIL.

1990        Wrote and Directed feature film, GRIM

                PRAIRIE TALES, starring James Earl Jones and

                Brad Dourif.  Pick of the Week: TVGUIDE


1991-09  Storyboarded main title sequences for SEVEN

                (NY Times Top 100 Design Accomplishments

                of the Century), ISLAND OF DR.MOREAU,

                DEADMAN ON CAMPUS (British Art Directors

                Award), MUMMY 1 & 2,  SPIDER-MAN 1, 2 & 3,

                MINORITY REPORT, as well as special effects

                sequences for STAR TREK, THE

                CORE, SPIDERWICK CHRONICALS.  Title

                concept and boards: NURSE JACKIE.

2009-13  The Avengers, Argo, Jack the Giant Killer, EMMY

               NOMINATION: STORYMAKERS title illustrations.

               NURSE JACKIE title, concept and board.

2013-18  Directed and Produced, WE HAVE YOUR KIDS,

               a feature documentary on the capitalist

               model of public education

Name:   Wayne Coe

College: Art Center College of Design

Major:    Illustration BA, Film minor 

Favorite Book:

             FIASCO by Stanislav Lem

             BLACK BOY by Richard Wright

Favorite Movies:

HUNGER, Steve McQueen

THE GENERAL, John Boorman


DEAD RINGERS, Cronenberg


Favorite Food:


Favorite Quote:

             “Ask me why

             I like to leave

             my footprints in the sand

             instead of wet concrete.”

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