This was a 48 hour personal project. It's an instructional video, describing in great detail how one might approach the planning, construction, and assembly of a grilled cheese sandwich. Arrangement by yours truly.
Software: Cinema4d, After Effects, Photoshop, Garageband
Things And The Things They're Made Of
A 48-hour collaboration with the very talented Mr. Philip Sierzega™. When you lock two crazy dudes in a room for a whole weekend (and slip thai food under the door occasionally), this is what emerges. Music by the esteemed Josiah Wahlrab.
Software: Flash, After Effects
I worked for several months with the fine folks at Darkwind Media to create elements for their upcoming indie title, Wulverblade. I created a bunch of different assets for the game–background elements, character animations, UI mockups, and these two power attack animations. Much of the game is still under wraps so there will be more to share when the game is released.
Software: Spine, After Effects, Toon Boom
The Story of Schrödinger
A really fun project for the Sidekick Series, a short docu-webseries on rescue pets and the people who love them. I had a blast imagining visuals to go along with Mike's story of finding a surprise friend on the side of the highway.
Software: Toon Boom, After Effects
A little explainer video I did with the folks at Droga5 for Pling, a voice-messaging service. I'm not sure it caught on. I guess people don't like talking. The video was fun though!
Software: After Effects, Illustrator
I had the privilege of providing animated visuals for this mind-bending short doc by co-directors Emily Sheskin and Veena Rao. The film asks, "is our DNA the government's business?" We explored visual ideas around the concept of genetic privacy. The doc was featured on Aeon, The Atlantic, National Geographic, and screened at the Hamptons Film Festival. Hot stuff!