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Karin Fong is a director and designer based in New York City. As one of the founding members of Imaginary Forces, Karin’s work spans the diverse worlds of entertainment, experience design, and advertising. Among her best-known projects are title sequences for Terminator Salvation, The Pink Panther 2, Ray, Definitely Maybe, and Charlotte’s Web. She earned an Emmy Award for Masterpiece Theatre’s American Collection and a nomination for the hit NBC series Chuck. Karin has created environmental design projects in Las Vegas, Lincoln Center, and at the Los Angeles Opera. She directed television commercials for Target, Honda, Sears, and Herman Miller, and was recently named one of the Top 100 Most Creative People in Business by Fast Company magazine. Karin has had work in the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum, Artists Space, and The Wexner Center.