How John Lasseter spends his day, yes, you should be jealous

A Day In The Life of John Lasseter is a 25 minute documentary looking at, you guessed it, a day in the life of Pixar’s animation pioneer and head cheerleader John Lasseter.

He sets a long day for himself with much of the day from 5:30AM to 11PM scheduled in 15 minute chunks. He also shows off his Hawaiian shirt collection, something he and I have in common (although his hundreds of shirts outweigh my dozens). He also gives you a bit of a tour of his fantastic house.

After watching a day in John Lasseter’s life, what I really want to know is, what does this man need so many iPads for? Seriously. Also, what’s up with all the hugs?

Watch the whole documentary for yourself on Youtube.

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  8. Middlebrow says:

    No doubt John Lasseter is a modern day animation genius – but I found this video off-putting. I like the days of Walt Disney with his grease pencils, Dennison’s Chili and a Scotch Mist at the end of the day.

    Lasseter is good. But he’s no R.K. Maroon.

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