Working with Carbon VFX, I directed this CG/live action video. I handled look development and supervised the edit, modeling, animation, and compositing of the final film.
For this exciting animation for a USPS mobile augmented reality experience, I animated the environment (lava, mountains, clouds, castle) as well as the knight.
Together with a team of designers, I modeled, textured, and animated these office scenes for a mobile augmented reality piece.
I concepted and designed boards which were ultimately sold as the intro sequence for the CNBC true crime docuseries.
I designed and animated this piece to help fundraise for an African disability and HIV activist try to raise money for his education. Using a combinations of vector graphics and water color textures, I tried to create a world that felt design-current and handmade.
Working with the team at Allied Motion Design, I helped create this piece to launch to new brand mark of Pampered Chef, their smiling spoon. I focused on creating fluid morphing transitions between vector objects, as well as designing and animating the multi-character scenes that close out the video.
For this GoToMeeting spot, we created a parody of typical sports graphics, creating large, shiny, highly stylized environments infused with objects from an office (staplers, post-its, etc.). I handled look development, lower-thirds creation, and most of the modeling and animation on this project.
I worked as the lead designer for this opening sequence for a historical horror film. By creating dust particles, using flickering lantern-esque lights, and applying lens distortion to the scene, we were able to create an eerie 3D world in which the camera discovers mysterious book pages and newspaper clippings.