Will Tebo grew up between the Puget Sound area and Boise, Idaho. Influenced by animated films, puppet shows, and children's theatre from a young age, his goal is to create and inspire imaginative entertainment within Boise's burgeoning film/arts community. He first became interested in editing and directing in his years at ArtsWest School, and has sense edited many local short films and media projects, including a documentary on the inventor of Furby. He has also been a part of the Boise Student International Video Festival for three years.
He is a self-trained stop-motion animator, and loves nothing more than sharing his passion for the medium of animation with others. He wants to bring an awareness of animation's historical and cultural significance to the community, as he pursues his degree in Media Production and Visual Art at Boise State.
His stop-motion short film Lolly won Best Idaho Film at the 2015 Idaho Horror Film Festival. He is currently writing the script for a stop-motion feature film.