Suzi Little is a seasoned simulation artist, focused primarily in cloth and hair. She started her journey towards computer animation in an unlikely place: studying fashion design in San Diego, creating her own designs and garments. As a child, she had always loved animation but felt she was too inadequately skilled in art to pursue that dream. At a computer animation festival, a chance viewing of an amazing short film inspired her to pursue the then-burgeoning industry of computer animation. From that day forward, she never looked back and over the past 20 years, she has had the wonderful privilege and experience of working on feature films (live action and animated), television shows, commercials and games. The digital journey brought her back to clothing about 14 years ago, when she did some of her first clothing simulations on the feature film, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. With a special interest in pipeline efficiency and management, she has also been lucky enough to manage teams and help create innovation in various studio pipelines. Suzi holds a BA in Studio Art from the University of California, San Diego.