As a medium, animation has always been the perfect vehicle for my creative skill set. Specializing in 2D animation, from traditional hand drawn to digital, movement, timing, and atmosphere are all pinnacle aspects to the way I work and perceive my craft.
WHAT I'VE BEEN UP TO
The Velvet Voice of Vulture Valley is a short film born out of a creative burst of energy, as well as a desire to make a movie about cowboys. This film was a lot of fun it was to make, especially since it was my first proper short film in a few months. The short was made out of my love for both the Western/Cowboy genre and aesthetic, as well as screwball humor. The art style was a lot of fun figuring out, with the end result exhibiting a familiar and optimistic aesthetic, a visual style I love working in. The movie as a whole is short and to the point, something that I believe is its greatest strength.
One of the other fun things about the release of the film is the promotional material I designed for it. Creating a poster/advertisement that not only shows a creative use of textures and theme, but gives the film a more serious looking tone than the movie does makes for a hilarious juxtaposition.