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David Gemmill has worked in animation since 2007, predominantly as a storyboard artist. On The Mighty B!, he storyboarded three episodes during its second season.


While in high school, Gemmill took classes at the Animation Academy.[1] His early years in the industry were spent with Nickelodeon.[2]

He helped animate the opening theme for Wander Over Yonder, specifically the walk cycles.[3] Gemmill was a writer on Mickey Mouse.[4] He was one of 22 animators who worked on a commercial to promote a new season of Rick & Morty in 2017.[5]

Gemmill worked as a storyboard artist on Teen Titans Go![6] and its film Teen Titans Go! to the Movies.[7] As of 2019, he was directing episodes of Looney Tunes Cartoons.[8] Outside of animation, Gemmill animates short films on his YouTube channel.[9]

Storyboarding credits

Season 2
Episode no. Title Notes
203b "Tour D'Alcatraz" Co-storyboarded with Kirk Tingblad and Mark Colangelo
206b "A Pirate's Life for B" Co-storyboarded with Mike Mullen
208b "Sleepless in San Francisco" Co-storyboarded with Katie Rice and Kirk Hanson


  1. Z, Charles (June 13, 2019). David Gemmill Directs the New Looney Tunes. The Animation Academy. Retrieved October 21, 2020.
  2. Z, Charles (April 18, 2017). David Gemmill - Another Success Story. The Animation Academy. Retrieved October 21, 2020.
  3. Khouri, Andy (August 1, 2013). ‘Powerpuff Girls’ Creator Craig McCracken’s ‘Wander Over Yonder’ Gets Stunning Title Sequence, Infectious Theme Song. Comics Alliance. Retrieved October 21, 2020.
  4. Perlmutter, David (May 4, 2018). The Encyclopedia of American Animated Television Shows. Page 388. Rowman & Littlefield. International standard book number 9781538103746.
  5. Price, Stephen (July 31, 2017). Trippin’ Through the Rick and Morty Exquisite Corpse Animation. Animation World Network. Retrieved October 21, 2020.
  6. Battle, Chris (July 4, 2017). Just a bunch of freedom-loving ‘MURICANS from today’s 4th of July episode of TTG (Based on some awesome storyboards by David Gemmill. Tumblr. Retrieved October 21, 2020.
  7. Schaab, Emily (July 26, 2018). The Teen Titans Save Krypton With Some Sick Beats In ‘Teen Titans Go! To The Movies’ Clip. Science Fiction. Retrieved October 21, 2020.
  8. Sarto, Dan (June 12, 2019). WATCH: Brand New Looney Tunes Short, ‘Dynamite Dance,’ Premieres at Annecy. Animation World Network. Retrieved October 21, 2020.
  9. Charles (March 5, 2013). 'Sexxi Batman' - David Gemmill. Animation Nation. Retrieved October 21, 2020.

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Crew Members
Creators Amy PoehlerCynthia TrueErik Wiese
Directors Alex KirwanLarry LeichliterEddie TriguerosErik WieseBill Wray
Writers Mike BellWill BersonJohn Ross BowieJessica ChaffinNicholas CofrancescoJamie DenboDannah FeinglassJessica GaoBrendan HayDani MichaeliJulia MirandaRichard PurselAmanda SitkoKristine SongcoCynthia TrueErik Wiese
Storyboard Artists Ray AngrumEd BakerKen BoyerSherm CohenMark ColangeloLouie del CarmenDavid GemmillFred GonzalesChris GrahamIan GrahamSunil HallKirk HansonChuck KleinSteve LeCouilliardFrank MolieriMike MullenLynne NaylorJustin NicholsAaron PaetzHowie PerryBernie PettersonPiero PilusoChris ReccardiKatie RiceJustin RidgeOctavio RodriguezAndy SurianoDave ThomasMiles ThompsonKirk TingbladEddie TriguerosMatt WhitlockErik WieseCarey Yost
Art Director Seonna Hong
Story Editor Cynthia True
Comics Jessica GaoSunil HallBill Wray