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David y. Wright is president of Wyeknot, inc. and has been animating forensically since circa '91. His cases come from all over the nation - from Orlando, Florida to Fairbanks, Alaska; Tangipahoa, Louisiana to Great Falls, Montana. His experience covers a wide range of types of cases, civil and criminal, plaintiff and defense.

He speaks on forensic animation to legal groups and teaches it to new and experienced animators, and has written extensively about the subject. He holds a degree in Digital Electronic Engineering from the University of Michigan, and has a quirky sense of humor.

 Dave lives and works and sometimes plays with his wife (Julie), two cats (Leo & Flannel Dog), and two labs (Niiko & Instant Karma Chocolate Pudding) on their estate they call “Frogtown”, outside of Gregory, Michigan.

 If you have questions that can’t wait, contact him by email: y@wyeknotinc.com . Or the old fashion way - by telephone. The number is 734 - 498 - 3042 or toll free 866 - 737 - 4284.


If you're serious about becoming a professional Forensic Animator
Forensic Animation 601 and

Forensic Animation 602

Our next session is scheduled for
November 6 - 8, 2003
(Please note: this is a recent change)

Virtual Partners is the place to learn forensic animation.
The only place.

Virtual Partners
Green Bay, WI

for more details
Click on the logo to go to the
Virtual Partners' web site.


To arrange to have Dave speak to your group, call toll free: 1-866-737-4284

Some of his past talks:

"Faster, Easier, & Simpler Forensic Animations "
National Association of Legal Assistants

"Forensic Animation - It’s Unreal "
Legal Assistants Section - State Bar of Michigan

"Forensic Animation – Antidote to Roll, Pitch, and Yawn"
Washtenaw County Bar Association

"Adding More Dimensions to Demonstrative Evidence"
Michigan Patent Law Association

"Missteaks We’ve Made in Business"
 Michigan Independent Videographers Association

"Surviving Forensic Animation"
 Legal Assistant Association of Michigan

“Careers in Computer Animation”
Schoolcraft College

“Computer Graphics, Animation and C Programming”
Henry Ford Community College

“What You Need to Know to Become a Forensic Animator”
1st  FIRST Animation Symposium

Animation Roundtable Discussion  
             2nd & 3rd FIRST Animation Symposium

South Lyon Chamber of Commerce

Benefits of Early Forensic Animation Involvement”
               21 Hours Seminar; Philo, Stephens & Wright

"Forensic Animation - Revealing the Inside Story"
                        Ingham County Bar Association



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