What can I say? I love GIFs and have been making them with Photoshop’s frame animation function for years to do anything from captioning TV scenes to showcasing my work. I hope to make more motion graphics in the future.
Low-Poly
2019 to present
3D objects modeled and rendered in Maya. Inspired by countless video game assets, including Donut County. Do you lack the zest of a lemon looking forward?
The Avatar’s Love
Fall 2020
A short motion sequence for part of the song “The Avatar’s Love” from Avatar: The Last Airbender. This is a sequence of images selected from a set of 108 I made in under two weeks using all sorts of media including ink, watercolor, ginkgo leaves, a flatbed scanner (highly recommend), Illustrator, Photoshop, and DrawBot. It was also my first time using After Effects.
Boba
Summer 2018
A perfect bound flipbook I made in the Parsons School of Design summer intensive, Illustration Beyond the Page. With the goal of shocking the viewer, I made a looping ending that’s kind of messed up. Sorry. Boba still slaps. Drawn frame-by-frame in Clip Studio Paint, animated in Adobe Photoshop.
essential(s)
December 2020
A promotional video made in After Effects revealing the show art for WashU’s annual production of Black Anthology. Established in 1989 as WashU’s first ever cultural show, Black Anthology is a student-led production that celebrates and discusses Black culture in America. I was grateful to be involved with this historical production for the 2020 to 2021 academic year. As Show Artist, I created the production’s imagery for posters, flyers, program booklet, and merchandise. This promotional video was part of the annual December Drop, a social media event orchestrated by Publicity Chair Marc Ridgell.
Love Hurts
Fall 2018
Another frame-by-frame animation responding to the prompt “love hurts.”
Attribution
Mentorship provided by Becca Leffel-Koren and Tom Moore 

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