After a youth filled with beaches and competitive surfing in Santa Monica, Tony Meister took his love of graffiti culture and fine art to The California Institute of the Arts. Tony's artistic training, talent and technical skills led him to ASYLUM visual effects, where he designed and created title sequences and effects for movies such as "Hairspray", "Bedtime Stories", "Transformers", "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" and "Alice in Wonderland". He then brought his talents to Zoic Studios in Los Angeles as a Creative Director, building a successful VFX and design team.
As his creative career continued, he conceptualized, designed and directed campaigns for clients such as Apple, Nintendo, BMW and Playstation. Accolades included a group BAFTA award for work on "Benjamin Button" and several VES awards. Currently, Tony is bringing his unique vision to the NFL Original Content department as Art Director. Tony's career embodies his commitment to pushing his medium forward and maintaining the highest level of artistic integrity.