Karin Fong is an Emmy-award winning director and designer. Known for her work in television, advertising, and cinema, Karin brings her brand of visual storytelling to everything she creates. Among her projects are the iconic opening titles of Boardwalk Empire, South Park, and Black Sails, as well as the main titles of numerous feature films. Her directing credits include commercials for major brands, including Target, Lexus, Sony PlayStation and Herman Miller. From cinematics for Sony’s God of War video game series to large-scale video installations in Times Square, Karin’s projects showcase her inventive mix of design and filmmaking expertise.
Her work has been shown at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, The Wexner Center, The Walker Art Center, and in many publications, including Fast Company magazine, which named her one of The100 Most Creative People in Business. Karin has lectured around the world and has taught at Yale, RISD, Art Center, and Cal Arts.
She currently oversees the creative vision at Wonderland Sound & Vision, the film and television production company founded by McG (Charlie’s Angels, The O.C.). Prior to Wonderland, Karin was a founding member and partner at Imaginary Forces, where she honed her skills at the intersection of live-action, design, and animation.
Karin’s many influences include Magritte, Hiroshi Sugimoto, and Sesame Street.