Posting some of the animations and videos I did while at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. AKA how I spent my financial aid.
Prozac the Musical
is probably my most successful animation for having a spot in the gallery at the Federal Reserve Bank in Boston. It is also how I got the nick name Prozac Man. It was so well received that some one stole it from the gallery and I had to rerender the beginning to get it back in the show for the remainder of the month it was to be on display (hence the numbers and key frame errors. The Federal Reserve has improved their security since then...but that was due to 9/11...not my video being stolen.
This was an animation that I did for Director/Musician/Professor Jeff Hudson's Trip-Hop shows. It was projected in the background of all his live shows around Boston. Playing is such venues as Phoenix Landing and the Middle East. He asked if I could do some funky animation for him and I said sure. But by the time he needed it I only had about 15 seconds of animation rendered, and they were just test at that. So I used every wipe, transition, and filter that Adobe Premier 4 had to offer to get as much out of it as I could. Set to his funky dance music, it actually works. For more work by Jeff Hudson, go to http://www.officialjeffandjane.com/
J Q & Z from the Action Alphabet
these are all three letters I animated for the "Action Alphabet" collaborative project I worked on at the SMFA Boston in 2001. Every on in the class had to take a few letters of the alphabet each and do an animations that involved an action word beginning with the letters they were animating. I had J, Q, and Z.
The Truth About Santa
This was a documentary I made in 2000 about Santa Claws. As it turns out, he is a mean spirted old fart that has shut down his operations at the North Pole and fired all the elves. He is now having toys manufactured by children in China.