L.C. Crowley serves as Chief Executive Officer of Trioscope Studios, a groundbreaking new studio dedicated to next-generation enhanced hybrid animation. The Los Angeles based studio develops original dramatic content as well as adaptations and produces third party intellectual property, all on its revolutionary new platform.
Crowley, along with veteran producer and entrepreneur Brandon Barr, and acclaimed animator and VFX artist Greg Jonkajtys formed Trioscope Studios in 2020. Reinventing the way animation is made, Trioscope marries human performance with animated environments to produce a first of its kind viewing experience filled with powerful human emotion and breathtaking cinematic visuals.
Trioscope is currently in production on the upcoming World War II animated drama series The Liberator, written by Jeb Stuart, directed by Jonkajtys and produced by A&E Studios and Unique Features for Netflix. Additionally, Trioscope has partnered with Truly*Adventurous, Dark Horse Comics, Oni Press, Unique Features and Netflix for unannounced projects.
Crowley and Barr have a long history, having launched the successful Atlanta based production company School of Humans a decade ago. The company built a reputation on genre defying and experimental projects such as Daytime Fighting League (Adult Swim), Stuff You Should Know (Science Channel) and Behind the Screens (Netflix) as well as progressive approaches to content through their podcasts, including the critical hit Hell and Gone.