Category Archives: Writing

Short Animation

This short animation follows a supernatural cat-like creature who investigates a disturbance in his forest after being startled awake. This animation was created through the process of rotoscoping to get the smooth motion for the cat. I decided to keep … Continue reading

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Title Sequence

This project was inspired by the Fauvist art movement and by the genre of Thriller. The Fauvist art movement is characterized by emphasis on texture and composition over representation while Thrillers use suspense as a way to attract interest. For … Continue reading

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Obstructions Final

This project is about the process of creating a film with a set number of rules to follow. First¬†obstructions: sci-fi, space, green, guardian. With these in mind, I wanted to handle the obstructions of genre, color and archetype in setting … Continue reading

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Living Composition

This project involves taking a 2D image of my own creation and giving it some simple animation within After Effects. For my image, I decided to first start off with hands as the focal point to show my fascination and … Continue reading

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Literary Adaption

For this piece, I wanted to adapt the poem “Heart to Heart” by Rita Dove (1952). The imagery evoked in this piece for me is immediate, but at the same time Rita is stating many concepts that are not actually … Continue reading

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Literary Adaptation Proposal

For this piece, I want to adapt the poem “Heart to Heart” by Rita Dove (1952). The imagery evoked in this piece for me is immediate, but at the same time Rita is stating many concepts that are not actually … Continue reading

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Composite Video

For this project, I wanted to capture a mix of nature with the mix of human intervention into that. The shot I filmed shows the parking lot and part of the college campus below to indicate the human aspect of … Continue reading

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