AIGA Animation

I was one of 10 animators who chose a decade of art and created a 10 second animation for AIGA Jacksonville’s 25th anniversary. My decade was 1964-1974, and the animation was inspired by Milton Glaser and his design style. To add my own personal touch, I decided to use clay and stop motion in order to create the animation. It was a really fun project, and I hope you enjoy this as much as I did making it.

48 Hour Film Competition

Hey All! Back in June I worked with Team Best Friends on a short film for the 48-hour animation film festival. As per usual, I created opening credits for the film. The concept was based off of child-like imagination and drawing of monsters and fear of the dark. I really wanted to sell the idea of child-like quality animation, as well as a creepy vibe considering we had Suspense/Thriller as a genre.

I drew a lot of influence from the titles for Drop Dead Fred (one of my favorite movies) and the creepy title sequence from the movie Mama.
For the sequence, I create some really simple animation cycles and composited them in after effects.

I hope you enjoy them!