Gary Schultz is a designer and digital innovator whose work includes beloved character and automotive designs for motion pictures as well as technologically groundbreaking designs for consumer products. He joined IDEO Product Development in San Francisco after graduating and was a pioneer in the use of 3D modeling and rendering tools in industrial design. He counted Nike, Samsung, NEC and Whirlpool among his clients, and his multiple awards include a D&AD Silver Pencil. In 1996, Schultz went to Pixar, where he worked on animations such as "A Bug’s Life," "Toy Story 2," " Monsters, Inc.," "Ratatouille" and "Cars" and became known for designs of Al’s car for "Toy Story 2," the Victorian theater for Presto and Skinner’s car for "Ratatouille." For the past eight years, Schultz has been a member of the Apple Industrial Design Group, where his credits include the Apple Watch Link Bracelet, Retina iMac, 2015 MacBook and Thunderbolt Display.