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  • Visions Revealed, animated short.
    Visions Revealed, animated short.

Yasmin Mistry


Yasmin Mistry is an Emmy-nominated designer and animator based out of Brooklyn, NY.
After graduating from Washington University in 2001 with a BFA in Graphic Design and a BSBA in Marketing, Yasmin started her own business, idesygn. Since then her work has been displayed in exhibitions and festivals worldwide including recent showings at the United Nations and the Louvre, as well as in publications such as Computer Arts, Stash, and Motion Graphic Design: Applied History and Aesthetics by Jon Krasner.

Yasmin has a diverse range of clients, which include various post-production houses, television networks, non-profit organizations, and independent filmmakers. Yasmin enjoys working on documentaries and has created graphics for films featured at numerous film festivals, including the Tribeca Film Festival, Cannes, and Michael Moore's Traverse City Film Festival. In addition, her first short film, Visions Revealed, an animated short about performing arts in the deaf community, premiered at Siggraph Metro-CAF and went on to be screened at festivals worldwide, including Deaf Arts Now!, the Big Mini DV Festival, and the Red Stick International Film Festival. She is currently directing her second short film, an animated documentary about life in the foster care system.

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