Call and Answer

In the spring of 2001 I worked on a short film entitled "Call and Answer" as part of a class I took at UMCP called "Advanced Screenwriting." My duties on the project involved directing and digital editing. An unfortunate downside of the project was that part of the soundtrack was corrupted beyond repair. The final cut on the film (in Quicktime format) can be downloaded by clicking the link below.

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Susy Q

In the winter of 2003 I worked on a short film entitled "Susy Q" for a filmmaking club called Robotmedia. This satire of the popular TV show "Joe Millionaire" asks the question, "Can one man choose a perfect mate from a set of perfect clones?" I wrote and directed the piece. The final cut (in DivX format, viewable with Windows Media Player) can be downloaded by clicking the link below.

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Got A Light

In the winter of 2002 I worked on a short animated piece entitled "The Pink Panther in... Got A Light?" as part of a computer graphics class at UW. I built modeler and animation tools that allowed one to build simple, articulated models out of geometric primitives. The animation tools included a particle system simulator and a curve-based joint animation interface. The final cut (in Windows AVI format) can be downloaded by clicking the link below. The students in the class selected it as the favorite artifact.

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Table For Two

In the spring of 2002 I worked on a short animated piece entitled "Table For Two" as part of a digital animation capstone course taught at UW. The course was comprised of mostly undergraduate students and I was an assistant to the instructor. My duties included editing reference and animatics footage as well as working on shading. The piece was featured at SIGGRAPH 2002 as part of a student animation showcase. The final cut of the animated piece can be viewed online at the link below.

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Non-linear Narratives

During the spring of 2000 I took "The Digital Narrative" at UMCP. The class explored the capabilities of using a computer and digital media to tell a non-linear narrative. Using Adobe Premiere and Adobe Director, my team created a short interactive movie based on stories from "Einstein's Dreams" written by Alan Lightman. The final Director movie can be downloaded by clicking the link above. The movie incorporates live footage with still images. For the project, I manipulated digitized footage and still images in Adobe Premiere and created interactive elements in Adobe Director. The project was voted "Best Interactive Concept" by the class, professor and teaching assistants.

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Dishpan Gap Interactive Flash Adventure

In the summer of 2004 I went on a three day backpack in the Cascade Mountains in Washington State. With a friend, we hiked nearly 30 miles and saw many amazing vistas. I put together an animated Flash movie detailing the route we took and some of the sights we saw. The may take a long time to load over a slow connection. To insure complete interactivity, all of the images (~12 MB of data) are pre-loaded by Flash. The wait is well worth it, though! You will be able to see the various trail stops we made along the way and catch a glimpse of the awesome Cascade Mountains.

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I created an animated Flash Logo for the website Stonefinger is the DJ crew I am a part of along with Dee Jay Clutch, Malcolm Paul, Campbell Tyler and a host of other DJs.

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In The Mix Animated Flash Intro

I created an animated Flash intro for the website Dee Jay Clutch is a fellow DJ whom I worked with at 88.1 FM WMUC College Park. He is also part of the Stonefinger DJ crew. At the time his radio show on WMUC was called 'In The Mix'. The animation uses the them of DJ headphones to call out the name of the radio show.

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