Wellspring Digital Studio is a company founded by Terry Coolidge. Wellspring's purpose is to deliver top-quality computer graphics artwork and animation to professionals and amateurs alike.

Terry Coolidge has been creating computer generated images for well over a decade. After studying the science behind computer graphics as an undergraduate, Terry enrolled as an Illustration major at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.

Following graduation from Art Center, Terry spent the first part of his professional art career with the Walt Disney Company in both the Interactive Entertainment division and the Imagineering unit. As an Imagineer, Terry helped to visualize new theme park attraction concepts through 3D models, animation, and motion graphics. This included participation on the creative team responsible for Mission: SPACE, an "E-ticket" thrill attraction at Walt Disney World's EPCOT Center in Orlando, Florida. Terry was credited for his contribution to the concept development of Mission: SPACE when it received a 2004 Thea award for Outstanding Achievement.

More recently, Terry had been helping to create the breath-taking virtual worlds of Cyan. Known for the surreal beauty of Myst and Riven, Cyan had switched gears from its pre-rendered roots and developed extraordinary real-time content during Terry's five years there. Terry served as a member of the art production team for URU: Ages Beyond Myst (2003), and then as a Lead Artist on MYST V: End of Ages (2005). Both URU and MYST V received high praise for their artistic excellence.

Under the Wellspring banner, Terry has provided computer graphics services for over a dozen different clients. While some projects have been small, others have been quite large.

1. Concept renderings and 3D animation contributed to "Dead Man's Tale," a Windows Messenger interactive adventure to help promote the release of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest in July of 2006. More than 3-and-a-half million people played the online game, and the film was propelled to the sixth highest box-office take ever ($423.4 million) at the time of its release.

2. Supporting motion graphics animation for a portion of the Primerica conference in July of 2007. An estimated 60,000 spectators saw Wellspring created animation on 17 Jumbotron-style LED displays in Atlanta's Georgia Dome, home of the NFL's Atlanta Falcons.

3. Motion graphics animation provided for a NASDAQ opening bell ceremony in October of 2007. Wellspring's 30-second looping animation played for an hour on the largest stationary video display in the world (seven stories tall) in Times Square, perhaps the most recognized location for media exposure on the planet.