Monday, November 28, 2011

I was sifting through some old drawings and painting and came across this.  It was done four years ago during my first year of college.  This piece is called "How are you".

Friday, November 25, 2011

London Food Not Bombs, Labour of Love

This is a poster that I designed for Food Not Bombs.

You can read an article about the London FNBs movement Here.  Also check out the main FNB Website.

Friday, November 18, 2011

"Country" Joe McDonald from Country Joe and Fish. This group was a seminal band in the United States Vietnam protests from 1966 to 1971. I absolutely love there song "Feel like I'm Fixin to Die Rag" which was performed at the 1969 Woostock Music & Art Fair. Check out this inspiring performance of "Feel like I'm Fixin To Die Rag"

Friday, November 11, 2011

Friday, April 29, 2011

For the past year I have been working on this film, Innunguaq, Imitation of man. This is my first animated film and I plan to enter it in some animation festival's such as the TAIS animation showcase and the Annecy 2011 YouTube competition. I have never submitted any work to a festival so I am really excited to see how this goes. I feel my film has a subtle yet important message about the future of this planet, a message that should be seen by all. What better way to say something important than through film and animation, a medium that is most viewed in this day and age. I hope you enjoy the film.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011


This is short that I helped animate in China at the CUC. I animated three shots. The turtle turning into a dear then kicking the wolf. The octopus chasing the crab and the cougar chasing the ostrich onto the motel sign. The crab was animated by fellow class mate Adam Kirk.

Between third and fourth year at Sheridan each student has to intern in an animation studio. I was fortunate to have spent my summer interning at the (CUC) Communication University of China. This is a panorama I took in the 798 art district.
Apollos Mission, the story of man with a dream to accomplish the impossible.

During third year each class was broken up into two groups. Each group developed a story that was made into a film. Working with a team of friends was amazing and very rewarding. I learned quite a bit about film pipelines and the needs and expectations of animation production. A great experience that I hope to have again someday.