A video billboard I made for the lobby of the Viacom HQ building for the November premiere of the new Rusty Rivets show on Nickelodeon.
A few months ago I started hardcore following some designers on Dribbble – and discovered that there’s a whole community there of amazing inspiration (a lot of copycat-ing too, but that’s how we learn, I guess). Anyway, I decided that I wanted in, and the user Second Eight was nice enough to give me one … Read More
Made a little yule log for everyone’s holiday season. It’s freakishly warm here in New England, but staying warm and cozy is still a top Christmas priority. Hope y’all have a good one.
A little experiment using DUIK, also getting into the Halloween Spirit. I designed some Hocus Pocus puppets a week or two ago with the intention of learning how to rig using DUIK tools, since r15 was just released and it’s about time I jumped on that bandwagon. Not too bad, but I’ve definitely got some … Read More
I helped out a friend from SCAD – who is a very creative modeller and illustrator – with her MFA thesis film. Over the year that she was working on it I only did a few bits and pieces, but the title graphics and print collateral were my job. All credit to Carolina Kowalczyk for … Read More
I’ve been working on a few things at Fisher-Price that will be released to the public soon – fancy new toys need fancy new motion graphics, and I’m totally the girl for those. I’ve got a few personal projects in the works that may actually see the light of day pretty soon too! It’s so … Read More
Awhile ago I directed and edited this little video for Fisher-Price to demonstrate how kids play with Spinnyos, which is one of their newest products. These are kind of like funkier, magnetic versions of those bead-and-wire toys that we always used to play with at the doctor’s office when I was a kid. It’s actually … Read More
I actually love being asked for help. As an artist, I think I share the anxiety of a lot artistic people in constantly doubting my own worth as a creator. It doesn’t matter how many times I tell myself that I’m pretty great, there will always be something I can improve on. So when someone … Read More
I’ve had these images by photographer Rune Guneriusson on my radar for a few years now. His combination of vintage lamps with improbable settings is magical and mysterious and reminds me a lot of Lewis Carroll – I wish I could step into one of his environments and find out where these paths of lamps … Read More