Deadlock US

February 16, 2014

This is a short documentary film I made for the Camden International Film Festival course. I wanted to tap in to the feel of the documentaries I became so attached to as a kid, so I decided to use found footage. It took several drafts and countless hours of searching and editing to arrive at […]

Shoot ME

February 15, 2014

This was the project I was a part of in NMD200. All of us were interested in film, and we understood how hard it was to think of a project without having an idea for a film location first. This is why so many college films end up being made in dorms. We made an […]

Ice Cream

February 14, 2014

This is, for all intents and purposes, the first film I have ever made. It was the beginning of the semester, and I was assigned to “tell a story” in the form of a short video for my IMD320 class. I shot for an hour or so, just improvising and giving directions to my friend […]

The Interview

February 14, 2014

This is a short film I made in NMD104. When this project was assigned, my teacher emphasized the importance of varied shots, so I used the opportunity to do a bit of experimentation with camera angle, distance, and shot duration. I directed, shot and edited the film by myself using Adobe Premier, and used Reason […]

Lose that Girl

February 14, 2014

This is my final animation for ART370. The only part of this not done by me was the music, and the entire project took me roughly a day. It should be noted that this was only my second attempt at organic-looking animation, and my first with cameras in Autodesk Maya.

Cultural Shift Project

February 14, 2014

As part of NMD100, we were supposed to envision a technological advance and how it would affect society. In my group, we took this beyond mere projections and made it into a conspiracy theory. The technology we chose was augmented reality glasses (like google glass), and, well, just watch – it gets weird. I did […]

Flight of the Dragon

December 10, 2013

For this IMD320 (film technology) project we were given a snippet of How To Train your Dragon, and we were supposed to strip the audio and replace it with our own effects, music and dialogue. Here is the video as well as a slightly edited version of the soundtrack I made (again using Reason 6.5)