DELUGE by LIMITED HANGOUT (collaboration with KYLE EVANS) - EXCERPT
Deluge is a new realtime sound and video narrative from the new media art collaboration Limited Hangout: limitedhangout.us
Limited Hangout is a new media performance collaboration between artists Kyle Evans (www.kyleellisevans.com) and Lucas Dimick. The project explores narrative approaches to experimental sound and video performance through animation, noise, and glitch aesthetics.
LOOP DE LOOP - CHILDHOOD
August/September 2014 Submission to LoopdeLoop. The theme was "Childhood". http://loopdeloop.org/
THE LAST 40 MILES (TRAILER)
I was the Production Designer, Storyboard Artist and Lead Animator for "The Last 40 Miles"
"The Last 40 Miles" is an animated short film about life, death, and compassion. Based on a true story. Released in 2013.
A condemned man takes his last trip: a ride from his solitary cell on death row to the execution chamber in a facility 40 miles away. During the journey, his memories, the beautiful scenery flashing by, the unlikely warmth of the guard escorting him, and ever-present hope keep him company.
WHALE, COMPUTER, JACK-IN-THE-BOX
This is an animation I did as a "demo" for the final in my 2D Animation Principles class.
• Each student draws three random slips of paper from a hat. Each of these slips of paper have a name of an objects, element, "thing" on them. The students final animation must include all three "things" (this makes for some wonderfully non sequitur animations).
• The final animation must contain at least three distinct shots.
• These three shots should include at least one identifiable principle of animation.
The three "things" I drew: whale, computer and jack-in-the-box
The principles of animation used: squash and stretch, slow in , slow out, follow through and overlapping action. I also used a lot of "smears" with the jack-in-the-box and the whale's typing tongue.
Software used: Flash (animation), Photoshop (background painting), After Effects (editing and composting)
Catastrophic events are set in motion after millions of E.T. Atari 2600 video game cartridges become radioactive as a result of being buried near the Trinity nuclear test site in New Mexico.
Religion, Magic, Myth and Pop Culture