This is the best of my animation up to the spring of 2020. I really enjoy lipsync animation, as well as dynamic movements. However, I think my real strength lies in conveying emotion through subtlety.
This is a shot from my short film, "Suspend." It showcases my interest in conveying emotion through the simplest of movements. It takes on a minimalist approach even in the environment surrounding the animation.
Another snipet from my short film "Suspend." I think this showcases my interest in capturing the subtleties of motion. I used Nuke to achieve the ethereal aesthetic.
A lipsync animation sampled from the movie Blade Runner. It is by far one of the most influential films of my life. From the original 1982 version to Blade Runner: 2049 - I've even read the book it was based off of; Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, by Philip K. Dick. Naturally, I wanted to dip my own toes in the Blade Runner waters by animating one of the end scenes from Ripley Scott's movie.
Office Hours: A Short Film
This short film is loosely based off my time as an office intern. No one ever got into high jinks like this, but there was a permeable layer of humdrum hanging over everyone. So I imagined a scenario in which one worker let bordem get the best of her. The style of the characters is based off of muppets, which brings about a more jovial tone.
Don't Answer that Door: A Short Film
I created this short film around Halloween and was heavily influenced by The Nightmare Before Christmas. I tried to create a grimy, uneasy atmosphere to match the little hungry monster sack.