Krystal Sojourner is a motion designer and animator based in Los Angeles, California.
Originally from Philadelphia, Krystal earned a BA in Advertising and Public Relations from Pennsylvania State University and an MFA in Motion Media Design from Savannah College of Art Design. In 2018, she moved to the west coast to work with studios such as Elastic, Buck, Paramount Pictures, CBS, Open Road, Laundry, and BOND.
For television, she has contributed to main title sequences for Netflix's Making a Murderer (2015) and The Leftovers (Season 2) (2015). She has also created graphics for the 87th Academy Awards, designing the imagery projected behind artists John Legend and Common and the graphics for categories Best Documentary Feature and Best Live Action Short, as well as for the Golden Globe Awards, designing the graphics for Oprah Winfrey's Cecil B. DeMille award video.
In 2017, her work on stop-motion short film Child Labor won the International Creative Muse Award (Platinum) and the Atlanta Addy Award (Gold).