Fon Davis was one of the most popular builders on Comedy Central's BattleBots. He was the builder of the popular Mouser Mecha-Catbot, which attracted a large fan following despite winning only 50% of his fights. Fon Davis was originally going to be a competitor on the ABC reboot but since he couldn't get a sponsorship to support the funds, he became a celebrity judge instead.
In his two decade career, Fon Davis has worked on over 30 feature films. As a alumnus of the Industrial Light and Magic Model Shop, Fon has worked on features such as Star Wars, Pearl Harbor, Starship Troopers, Galaxy Quest, Terminator III, Mission Impossible III and the Matrix series.
In addition to his work in visual effects, Fon has also worked in Disney’s art departments as a concept designer/model maker, and on several stop motion projects including The Nightmare Before Christmas and Coraline. More recently, Fon worked on Interstellar, Guardians of the Galaxy and Elysium.
Fon is a creative director at Fonco, guest host, an instructor for the Stan Winston School, writes and develops his own projects, frequently using his broad knowledge in entertainment and visual story telling.
Fon specializes in overseeing complex or large creative projects in motion pictures, television and product development.
Fon has a reputation for being a kind-hearted team builder, hardworking planner and excellent troubleshooter.