Bob Singer entered the animation industry in 1956, working for such studios as Shamus Culhane, Warner Cartoons, U.P.A. Pictures, Hanna-Barbara and Marvel. Bob has been a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for over forty years. In the course of twenty-seven years at Hanna-Barbera while working on such productions as the Flintstones, Jonny Quest, Scooby Doo and Yogi Bear, Bob headed the layout department, founded the character design department and later became art director for publicity. During this period he also taught evening classes in layout, character design and storyboard and was a guest lecturer for film classes at the University of Southern California and several local elementary and high schools.
In 1988 Bob established his own company, Singer/Bandy Group and for the next two years designed greeting cards, cassette covers, coloring books, plush dolls, picture puzzles and illustrated storybooks for such clients as Hamilton Projects, Schmidt-Cannon and MCA. In 1990 Bob returned to Hanna-Barbera as a storyboard director and designer of animation cel art.
"Working together to make the best possible books for children."