Norman Korpi born in Wakefield, Michigan is internationally known for his ground breaking appearance on MTV’s The Real World 1992. Norman received his BFA at Cooper Union and Yale’s Norfolk Program. A Presidential Scholar in the Arts Norman has designed for the Guggenheim Museum, the ICA Museum in Boston, and The Pierpont Morgan Collection in New York. Norman is currently represented by Blackman Cruz Los Angeles.
An art director Norman has created for Nickelodeon, Disney, Saban, UPN, Mattel, Nissan, Pizza Hut, Miller Beer, Jaguar, the Oscars, the Pacific Design Center and Radio City Music Hall’s half time Super Bowl show starring Diana Ross.
Norman’s film directing career began with GET networks in New York in 1993 and has lead to his award winning film The Wedding Videoreleased by TLA video in 2003 and Warner Bros Television 2004.
Granted a US Patent 8,424,464 in 2013, Norman joined with Life Gear Design to develop the Aero-Tray an evolutionary multifunctional platform for personal computers, tablets and other hand held items that seek space creation, protection and superior visualization and support.
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