Bevin Carnes graduated from Ringling College of Art and Design in 2007 and won a Student Academy Award in the Animation category that year for her thesis film. She went on to work at Disney Animation as an animation trainee, and then as an assistant animator on Bolt. She spent the next 4 years animating on such projects as Ice Age 3 at Blue Sky Studios, and Green Lantern at Sony Imageworks, as well as several high-profile projects in commercials and games.

In 2012, she completed UCLA’s Professional Program in Screenwriting (after having completed the Professional Program in Producing in the summer of 2009). She then started her own company, Scrap Dog Productions, and created a new animated short film, Last Call, which is currently playing on the festival circuit, as well as a Public Service Announcement to educate schoolchildren about the importance of copyright ( In 2011 she also won a Los Angeles Area Emmy Award for creating the stop-motion animated portion of a Public Service Announcement supervised by Women in Film.

She currently splits her time between working as a writer/director at her own company, and working as a freelance animator for the studios. She is also exploring a number of web ventures, including a new web series will debut this summer.