An active force in the Los Angeles art scene, Dan Litzinger was born in Hartford, CT and grew up in Roswell, GA. Throughout his childhood, he dreamed of being a syndicated cartoonist and spent summers vending cartoons at his “cartoon stand” or door-to-door. His seventh grade public school art teacher, Mrs. Robinson, introduced Dan to the work of Roy Lichtenstein and his life was never the same again. As a teen, Litzinger also developed a love for filmmaking and ultimately storytelling through art. Dan graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Savannah College of Art and Design with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Video and Film. At Robocop’s advice, Dan packed up his grandfather’s Buick and moved to Los Angeles. Litzinger spent a glorious decade as a film and television editor on such projects as the smash hit Showtime series “Gigolos,” and MTV’s “Catfish: The TV Show.” Dan lives in beautiful Glendale with his WIIIIIIFE Chelsea and their son.
Photo by Gary Nellis