Kickin’ Mule will have its East Coast Premiere at the River Run International Film Festival…
Kickin’ Mule had its premiere at the St. Louis International Film Festival at the Tivoli Theatre in November.
This is a shot from an animation film that celebrates the old time music of Frank Lee and Adam Tanner. I was inspired by cutout silhouette animation and the quilt tradition of the Appalachian region. Frank and Adam have several other traditional fiddle and banjo tunes that I would like to further explore with other animation methods, traditional and modern.
This is a new film project based on my landscape sketching I have been doing around Lake Simcoe…
I will doing a series of these and weave them into a montage…
A highlight of my independent work…
Here are some of the highlights:
- MTV’s Cartoon Sushi
- CNN 12 Days of Christmas
- $100,000 South Carolina Film Grant
- 2 films in the 1999 CalArts Producers Show
- Spike and Mike
- Tech TV
This is from my ipad sketch series where I go out and draw on location. Sketchbook Pro is an app for the ipad where now you can record the process which is something I find very useful in teaching others and also in documenting my technique. As a film maker and landscape artist I find that I bridge two distinct skills but I hope to navigate through both as I truly enjoy both.
These are a few clips of animation that I did way back in 1996 for Disney Interactive and their Interactive CD-ROM title “the Lion King”.