A simple bounce exercise took a strange turn…
A quick animation test in Flash of an environment I drew up a while ago. I might explore this more later. It’s still in its rough draft.
A quick Maya environment, camera, and lighting test. The environment is based off of a sketch I drew for fun about a lurking sea monster and unsuspecting fisherman.
A documentary film about my ventures with my family across state to Outside Lands and back.
With the Earth depleted of oil, two BP astronauts are sent to space on an epic quest. Little do they know the immense danger they’re in when they accidentally drill through a planet’s crust.
A short cutout animation of a lost toy robot.
Bus 22 is one of sixty-four Ripta buses in Rhode Island. It travels to Pontiac Avenue, passing through many different areas like St. Joseph Hospital, the Rhode Island Department of Correction, Warwick Mall, St. Paul’s All Saints Cemetery, and the Community College of Rhode Island. Through its travels, it picks up all types of people of every age and ethnicity. As a bus traveling back and forth on a single route, it becomes the bridge between destinations, carrying people away to different locations.
When thinking about Away or the Unfamiliar, I was curious to explore the world of public transportation on Bus 22. Growing up in southern California, I’ve never paid too much attention to buses especially since having a car is such a necessity and is so common. It was only after coming to the East coast did I realize how convenient and strange buses were. Here were people of all ages that didn’t have access to a car, often sitting quietly and keeping to themselves while also being so close among complete strangers. Traveling to different locations, it is only in that one particular time, space, and proximity will these people be together. For my away project, I documented my ventures on Bus 22 in hopes to better understand the people and environment of public transportation.
A short paint animation.
Music by ProleteR
Photography exhibit :) Red Eye Gallery, 4th floor, RISD Design Center
As a DJ and show host for BSR, Brown Student and Community Radio, I wanted to document the work and effort that goes into the studio space as well as the programs. In this project, I hope to show a glimpse of what it is like to be in college radio, show the diverse group of people involved, and give a little insight to what happens behind the microphone. [part 1]
As a DJ and show host for BSR, Brown Student and Community Radio, I wanted to document the work and effort that goes into the studio space as well as the programs. In this project, I hope to show a glimpse of what it is like to be in college radio, show the diverse group of people involved, and give a little insight to what happens behind the microphone. [part 2]
My Friend, The Clown
My first film assignment with the Bolex camera.
And Happy (early) Halloween!
RISD FAV 2013