Dillon Dooms is an artist, designer, and animator in Northwest Arkansas. Dillon grew up in central Arkansas and attended college at Collins College of Technology and Design in Phoenix, Arizona. In late 2006, Dillon moved to Northwest Arkansas and in 2009 began actively working as a Freelance Graphic Designer. His first clients were local musicians and artisans in need of branding and posters for events or shows.
In 2015, Dillon's career began to branch out into the visual arts scene in Northwest Arkansas. His clients at the time included Bentonville Film Festival, International Mountain Bicycling Association, and Game Composites.
A year later, Dillon's artistic vision began to grow as not only a freelance graphic designer, but also an influential visual artist who was part of multiple galleries including Stage Eighteen, Art Ventures, and Art Center of the Ozarks. He was an active member of many artistic networks and communities. His unique blend of digital video art began to grow traction as he performed at different venues in the area.
Dillon has also worked with the Bentonville Film Festival and other local artists to create unique posters for films such as, Wonder Woman, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Ghostbusters: Answer The Call. Dillon's unique ability to blend multiple disciplines in the visual arts has allow him to work on multiple programs, multiple mediums, and multiple clients. Dillon also for over five years has been a part of the Northwest Arkansas Fashion Week and their Spring and Fall shows using his work in their branding and also his video art in the visuals developed for their runway shows.
Dillon also had the opportunity to be a member of the first class of Artist Inc. in Northwest Arkansas. Dillon has also been a mentor for Nerdies, a local summer program developed for children to gain access to multimedia knowledge and training. He has taught classes on Digital Painting, Stop-Motion Animation, and Character and Environment design. Dillon also worked for a unique program with Nerdies that allowed him to teach a semester on Computer Animation with students at The New School in Fayetteville Arkansas.