The story of storyboarding

Storyboarding is used across multiple industries, from films and animation to music videos and even theme parks. One of the earliest uses of storyboard was in 1937 for Disney’s Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs.

Jay Clarke, the Storyboarder for Wes Anderson, storyboards each of his films extensively, describing his method as, “if you feed inspirations into storyboards seen by puppet makers or set designers, hopefully, it will filter into the finished product.”