Before creating Lanner Design, Inc. over ten years ago, Paul Lanner started off working at the Brady Books division of Simon & Schuster while in school and designed their first in-house published book back in 1987.
Relocating to Los Angeles, Paul worked on Euro-Disneyland as a Mac Graphics Specialist in Disney's Glendale office. After that project ended, he went to work in the theatrical division of Universal Pictures, working on such films as Field of Dreams, Uncle Buck, Cry Baby, Death Becomes Her and others. From there, Paul went over to 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment in the creative department, working on a diverse collection of titles, ranging from Strange Days, Titus and The Crucible to BBC titles such as French & Saunders and The Vicar of Dibley. He eventually decided to start his own business, and currently designs the Warner Archive catalog for Warner Bros. In addition, Paul works with Synapse Films, Skechers and WaterTower Music. For the past several years, he has branched into designing advertising/logos/graphics for various attractions in the haunt industry, merging his film advertising experience into that industry.