2017-18 Animation, motion graphics, and video demo reel I put together of my most recent work. Excerpts include:
Music video “Boomzap!” for Gramps the Vamp (featured in Mass Appeal), “Locke” from Dead Split Egos with Kat Schrapler, short film “Sweet Stuff”, an in-progress music video “Neon Moon” for Nohmads, drummer tutorial video featured on “Gear Gods”, my submission entitled “She’s Nacho Girl” for the Doritos SuperBowl commercial contest, and some other animated works.
Song is “Miss you” by Trentemøller.
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Please join me to celebrate the closing reception and final arts exhibition at Obverse Gallery. The show runs September 23 and runs through October 22.
Curated by Jessica Dangieri, featuring works in her private collection by:
Erin Page (Kill Hatsumomo)
Diana Gonzalez (As the Crow Flies)
Please see the invitation below for more information. Light refreshments will be served. Hope to see you there!
Presenting my 2016 Animation and motion graphics demo reel for 2016! Excerpts include the music videos “Boomzap!” via Gramps the Vamp (featured in Mass Appeal), “Locke” from Dead Split Egos with Kat Schrapler, short film “Sweet Stuff”, drummer tutorial video featured on “Gear Gods”, and my submission entitled “She’s Nacho Girl” for the Doritos SuperBowl commercial contest.
Song is “Mobius Streak” by Hiatus Kaiyote
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I am very happy to share a recent piece I did for a newly formed domestic violence and poverty awareness group in Mongolia, through a Peace Corps volunteer from the States. To help Гэрэлт Ирээдүйн Төлөө Хамтдаа (Let’s Work Together for a Better Future), I donated my design services and turned their logo idea into a clean and professional digital file.
I understand the importance of having a visual identity. It helps promotion and in this case, aids in awareness of something otherwise undiscussed. Black Coffee Projects, an art and design team I co-founded, is celebrating its first year and I have had some really interesting and exciting opportunities. This one is very special to me and came at the perfect time, we are celebrating our first anniversary, as well as the holidays. I hope the amazing youth in this country continue their efforts and I am very proud and honored to take part.
So far, they have organized a no-domestic-violence pledge/signature drive at several schools, and continue to collect wood for impoverished families that can’t afford fuel for the winter. Most recently, they collected gifts from local businesses and distributed them to disadvantaged children for New Year’s. Great kids! Stay tuned for more as I get updates!
Welcome to my new website and please keep checking back as I update. 2015 was full of wonderful and challenging opportunities as I founded Black Coffee Projects with a fellow artist. Through this company I have worked with incredible bands, institutions, organizations and businesses creating illustrated, designed and animated works. With all the projects that I have finished this past year, I wanted a website that allowed for quicker updates and something that was more user-friendly. I expect 2016 to be nothing short of busy, as well as exciting, and I look forward to foraging with new action-packed ventures ahead. Welcome to the New Year!!!