Lau started her career off with many interests from her infant and children’s hand painted clothing line to television animation. With pure determination and tenacity, after leaving her production career with producing cartoons, Lau decided to write and illustrate her first picture book “Surf Soup.” Lau was kickstarted twice for her project but soon with the creative juices flowing accidentally wrote two more children’s picture books, and now turned into a cartoon series, comic, podcast, and clothing line, film, and so much more. So many obstacles, challenges, and creativity followed Lau along with many learning lessons, and “Making Surf Soup.’ Lau has always had a clear intention to use her gifts and talents to make this world a better world and nothing will stop her. Always full of enthusiasm and an incredible drive she is excited and over the moon excited to share her work with the Universe. When the Pandemic hit it really changed things for the world and her plans to launch her projects and at some point it fed her creativity even more. Without giving away too much she has kept her projects tightly confidential and managed to copyright most of her work before releasing. Please check out the Surf Soup Patreon, Go Fund Me, and donate to support her needs to continue creating before she launches everything in a drip drip manner.
‘I am so grateful for the amazing creativity and support from the Universe and You!’
-Donna Kay Lau
Donna Kay Lau worked on the following productions:
Television animation series: Emmy award winning Nick Jr. series, "Dora the Explorer", "CatDog", "Oswald the Octopus", "CatDog" Movie, "Oswald the Octopus", Emmy award winning action series, "Generator Rex", and Special crossover "Ben 10 Ultimate Alien & Generator Rex: Heroes United", as well as the Primetime Emmy award winning animated short, and series; "Regular Show", and has freelanced for many productions including the PBS series "Danger Rangers", as well as the designer of her own children's clothing line "Art is On!".
Emmy: Honored by Academy of Television Arts and Sciences with contributions to best Animated short ‘Regular Show’ 2012