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Mr. Norman returned to Diz Co. for the third time in the go-go nineties, when animation was in its "Second Golden Age." (That photo above? That's Floyd from an earlier Disney work period. Just so you know ...)
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In the final decade of the millenium, Floyd was again working as a storyboard artist, and he soon found himself on detached duty at a small studio in the Bay Area.
The place was named Pixar, and he he ended up working on a brace of pictures for them: Toy Story 2 and Monsters, Inc. (Floyd imagines that working at Pixar in its early days, when it was in a non-descript industrial building, was a bit like working at Disney's Hyperion studio, when it was jammed into an apartment block and overstuffed studio facilities.)