Recently I had some of my doodles showcased on a good friend’s new site DoodlesMcGee. If you haven’t checked it out yet you should drop that cup of coffee in your hand and run screaming to the nearest computer. DoodlesMcGee is a great site started by Christopher Arnold to showcase doodles, cartoon, and other various artwork.
For about 3 years I worked as an Instructional Designer, taking educational content and converting them into animations, films, and motion graphics. I created each and every piece in the reel you are about to see below, from the illustrations to the animations. As an Instructional Designer I truly had to be a jack of all trades. I used a wide range of tools and software combined with learning objectives, like Bloom’s Taxonomy, to create well rounded and educational pieces of content.
The following montage contains various shots I worked on as a Compositor on the remake of the 1978 classic horror movie PIranha. Working on this movie gave me a chance to get my feet wet in Stereoscopic Compositing techniques in one of the opening shots.