Johnny Woods is an animator and video artist living in Los Angeles, CA

Check out this cool article about me on Vice.

Here is a reel of some of my work:

Here is a short film I made for Off The Air on Adult Swim.

Here is a short film about people:

Here is a music video for "Say Enough" by Hooray For Earth.

Here is another recent music video for The Great Void. It is not safe for work.

This is a reworking of Bruce Conner's film "Breakaway". The music is by Noel Heroux. It was released via Undervolt & Co.

And a few music visualizations for Outkast's Big Boi:
See them all here: YOU TUBE

A short film made with Alan Palomo:

Another short film:

And another:

A music video:

Another music video:

Oh, just one more:

And just one last one, I guess (also NSFW!!!)

Also, check out this hour-long video I made on dvd and digital download from Undervolt & Co.

Trailer here:


About: Johnny Woods is an animator, video artist, and editor based in Los Angeles. He has received commissions from MOCA, The Museum of Sex, and the Bonnaroo Music Festival, as well as from musicians like Big Boi, Neon Indian, Classixx, Giorgio Moroder, Twin Shadow, Bear In Heaven, Chrome Canyon, and Hooray For Earth. As a performing video artist, he has appeared at such venues as the Sydney Opera House, MoMA, LACMA, the Hirshhorn Museum, ICA (Philadelphia), Coachella, and Lollapalooza. Johnny's video work has been featured on The Huffington Post, Creator's Project, Motionographer, Pitchfork, MocaTV, Vice, Liquid Television, and numerous others. Currently, Johnny is working primarily on short-form experimental films. He is co-founder of, a monthly screening event in Los Angeles featuring experimental animation and video art, programmer for Animation Breakdown at The Cinefamily, and director of Undervolt & Co., a label for experimental video artists.