Angela Stempel is a Venezuelan-American artist and film director, born in California and raised in Caracas.
Her work is inspired by obsessive people watching, site-specific color palettes and the tantalizing possibilities of abstraction. From these influences she constructs narrative and experimental animated films, installation and illustrations.
Her client work includes projects for The New York Times, Adult Swim, Apple Music, Buck, Droga5, Collins, Hornet Inc., Imaginary Forces, among others.
She lives in LA.
Experimental Animation, CalArts MFA ‘17
Art History, Tufts University BA ‘11
School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston BFA ‘11
ASIFA — The New American Golden Age of Indepentent Animation
It’s Nice That — Angela Stempel animates what would happen if Rick and Morty entered Master ChefThe Bureau of Creative Works — On Heart Chakra and a Heart in Animation
The One Club for Creativity— Angela Stempel: Astral Plane Astronaut
Medium— Elevate Talks: Angela Stempel
It's Nice That— Heart Chakra by Angela Stempel comedically explores LA’s crystal culture
It's Nice That— Angela Stempel animates the “harmless mind control” of a chant-heavy yoga class
Girls in Film — Wayside
Sight and Sound Film Magazine— Toon of the Month: Creation Myth
Girls in Film — Ava Luna, Steve Polyester
Cartoon Brew Pick — Steve Polyester