Tina Schmidt's "Retro Fusion" art is a salute to the iconic popular culture of the 1960's - fusing fashion, design, lifestyle and iconic architecture of the 60's with today's pop culture. Her artwork spans over 30 years and started in 1979 when her first professional work was sold to Nieman Marcus. She worked in the comic and gaming industry and later worked in production for film and animation. Her TV credits includes lead artist for "Rug Rats" and "Rocket Power" and several McDonald's videos. She has done work for Disney, Warner Bros., Nickelodeon, and Klasky Csupo. Tina also teaches for California State University Fullerton in the Entertainment Arts Program.