“You have to have a great eye for detail and the ability to find the right angles.
And you have to be able to read people, because if you’re not, they can’t see you,” says Peter DeFranco, the creator of The Amazing World of Color, which aired on Disney Channel in the 1990s.
“And that was one of the reasons I went to work for Disney.
Because I was very good at it.
You have to.
I had an uncanny ability to identify faces.
I was so good at that.”
A few years later, DeFrancos founded the company, which is best known for its wildly successful “Celebrate Your Body” show, in the mid-2000s.
But it’s not just about the shows.
The company’s other signature shows, including “The Amazing Race,” are produced by other artists, with a mix of talent from across the globe.
A special edition of the series, produced by “The Daily Show” and featuring the work of renowned colorist Richard Branson, debuted in October 2016.
The show, which features interviews with celebrities and other celebrities, also features a performance by the singer Katy Perry.
The “Celebrate Your Body”-produced series also features celebrity guests like Miley Cyrus, Meryl Streep and John Legend.
“We’re the only ones that are able to get people to pay attention to what they’re doing, and not think, ‘Oh, it’s just a joke,'” DeFranos says.
“It’s a true show of creativity.”
The “celebrate your body” series was first on ABC in 2011, but it was renewed for a second season last year.
DeFrano says he and his team, which include artists and colorists, have spent more than a year honing the show.
“I have a huge respect for what we’re doing and the level of craft and craftsmanship that goes into it,” he says.
One of the first shows to be produced with a colorist, DeFrino says he hopes the show’s success will encourage others to create their own shows.
“The world is a very beautiful place and I think we can use our work to create awareness about that,” he said.
DeFrancos also points to the show as a sign that people are starting to take on more responsibility and value their bodies.
“They are going to make decisions that are really meaningful and impactful and be able put that to work,” he added.
“That’s something that is going to take time to figure out, but I think the beauty of our bodies is that we are able, in a very powerful way, to take care of ourselves.”