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Hallett, Jonathan D.



  • Existence: 1974-

Biographical History

Jonathan Hallett is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, a graphic designer and a storyboard artist in Utah.

Jonathan Hallett was born in 1974 to Charles and Marsha Smith Hallett in California. He moved to Utah with his family when he was sixteen and has mostly lived in Utah ever since. He got his start as an artist when he moved to Provo because he wanted to be a cartoonist and lived down the road from Dan Fausett, a storyboard artist for Disney. Fausett trained him, and after high school, Hallett attended Collins College, where he met his wife, in Arizona for a degree in art and advertising design. He married Amy Jonson in 1993 and has three children. He is currently the Art Director at Suncrest Marketing in Salt Lake City, Utah. He has done storyboard work for the unproduced film The Janus Project, The Crow, the ABC TV pilot for Blood and Oil, and has worked with Richard Dutcher, Rob Diamond, and others.

Hallett, Jonathan D. Illustration of Beauty and the Beast, 2015: illustration caption (Jonathan D. Hallett;

UPB files, June 13, 2016 (Jonathan Hallett; b. 1974 in Calif.; parents: Charles and Marsha Smith Hallett; moved to Utah with his family at sixteen; moved to Provo, wanted to be cartoonist; lived down road from Dan Fausett; trained by him; Hallett attended Collins College in art and advertising design; met wife, Amy Jonson, at college; m. 1993, three children; Art Director at Suncrest Marketing in Salt Lake City, Utah; did storyboard work for The Janus Project, The Crow, the ABC TV pilot for Blood and Oil; has worked with Richard Dutcher and Rob Diamond)

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Jonathan D. Hallett storyboards

 Collection — Carton 1: [Barcode: 31197232560307]
Identifier: MSS 8810
Scope and Contents

Storyboards created by Jonathan Hallett for The Crow: Wicked Prayer (2005), and The Janus Project (2015), a script for The Janus Project and contact information for parties involved with the production of The Janus Project.

Dates: approximately 2005-2014