I spent some time last week animating a fun video for the Cigarette Waste Brigade’s indiegogo campaign. It is a great effort to eliminate cigarette butts from the streets and keep them from getting into the cities drinking water by recycling them into industrial shipping pallets. It’s pretty cool and I’m proud to have been a part of it.
At Studio 360 they are still waiting for Wes Craven to choose his favorite 30 second horror short. But in the meantime they decided to choose their 10 staff favorites. And out of over 300 submissions, we made it to the top! Check out their choices here (scroll down a bit to find ours). We all worked so hard on this, it is truly amazing to be recognized at all for it.
So studio 360 on NPR is having a contest for the best 30 second horror movie. The prompt was “young genius” and the judge is Wes Craven! Of course we decided to do it. A few weeks ago a bunch of us got together and spent 10 hours shooting a short, strange, little story. We had a blast.
Now we just need to wait and see if Wes likes it. The due date is tomorrow. But you can see it here.
And here’s everyone who helped out on this very tiny project.
In an attempt to move forward, sometimes it’s important to look backwards.
Here’s my reel from 2011-2013. It’s been wild and I can’t wait for the next set of twists in 2014.
At OFF WITH HER HEADQUARTERS we (meaning I) have been hard at work animating. The story is a short tale written by Eric Bierschenk and myself about a lonely astronaut. We reached out to local artist and friend LA Bachman to create beautiful watercolor images for us. I have been busy photoshopping, manipulating, and animating those images into a Terry Gilliam style cut out cartoon. We are almost ready for voice actors, sound track, and foley sounds to bring everything to life.