Born in Montreal in 1976, Tyler Gibb grew up on Godzilla movies and cartoons like Saber Rider & the Star Sheriffs. Later came Tank Girl comics and the films of influential directors like Tim Burton, Baz Luhrmann, David Fincher, Robert Rodriguez and Hayao Miyazaki. Gibb’s irreverent and prolific short animations garnered viewership around the world via the internet and were licensed by AtomFilms, Uproar.com (Vivendi), Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and Carsey-Werner Productions for ABC Television. Most recently Gibb has been tirelessly crafting the 90 minute epic "Minushi." The first of its kind, the feature was produced using "Flash animation," a form of animation extremely popular with a youthful online audience that is eagerly awaiting the movie’s release. Currently Gibb is developing at least two future projects planned for both animation and narrative feature.