From illustration to web, one thing remains true — it's communication for the masses. You can have something that looks great, but if it doesn't say anything, then what you have is pretty noise.
Court started off as an illustrator and began seeing a new form of media arise in the form of multimedia. Converging video, print, sound and virtually anything else you can come up with, multimedia can communicate to an ever-growing audience in more ways than ever before in a more engaging manner than in any other media.
After receiving a B.F.A. in illustration from The Savannah College of Art and Design, Court went on to obtain a M.F.A in Electronic Visualization from Mississippi State University studying multimedia and 3d animation. He is a freelance multimedia designer and has been working fulltime as a multimedia designer for Bent Media since 1997, working on nationally recognized web sites and other multimedia content for Tabasco, Oreck, the Audubon Institute, and Louisiana Children's Museum to name a few.