I am starting a comic from scratch. The stories are drawn from real events, scrambled through my brain, caricatured onto tracing paper, and re-assembled digitally. Along the way I’ll sharing my experience from the point of view of motion artist tackling a new creative medium.
The wonderful thing about being a freelancer is that you get to work on a myriad of different projects in a year. One day you can be designing stadium graphics, the next you're animating ads on Instagram. Everything can vary from physical display scale, to type of audience. Here are a few of the Instagram ads [...]
After running some errands in downtown LA, I stopped by the Corey Helford Gallery to see the Dosshaus “Paper Thin Hotel” show. I found myself walking through a hotel made out of hand painted cardboard. Every room is filled with an incredible amount of detail, hinting at the type of guest staying there. If you [...]
1D 5L 2D 6L 3D 7L 4D 8L 5D 1L 6D 2L 7D 3L 8D 4L The beauty about Los Angeles is that the minute you look at the city’s calendar, there is definitely something going on. This Saturday I attended the opening of Heather Cook’s exhibit, “1D 5L 2D 6L 3D 7L 4D 8L 5D [...]
While browsing the good old interweb today, I stumbled upon photos of designs I made for the NFL Consumer Products Summit + Equipment Manager's meeting while working at The Famous Group back in March. The meeting was held at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. The animations were custom designed to be displayed on 3 different screen [...]
Post originally posted on Medium.com Photo credit: http://oscar.go.com/ Guillermo del Toro’s “The Shape of Water” won Best Picture and Best Director at the 90th Academy Award this year. I truly believe it was deserved. Although tackling some extremely serious subjects, del Toro’s fairy tale approach allowed me to immerse myself freely in today’s reality through [...]