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All In for the 99%

This is the poster for the Animation!

The animations I’ve been working on with Becky Stark, Ron Rege, and Peter Glantz will be exhibited at All In for the 99% on Saturday! The animations will be released soon on MTV’s Liquid TV. I’m extremely excited about these. They’re happy!

SYFY Channel 31 Days Of Halloween

Last Halloween I had the pleasure to work with Colourmovie on their promo spot for the SYFY channel’s 31 Days of Halloween.
It was super fun to make this.
Here’s the spot.

This was part of a whole rebranding for the month of October. Colourmovie put together a really great case study on their process. It can be viewed here.

This was a really fun job for me. Colourmovie loves good coffee almost as much as I do!

rad street art

My good friend Paige Bailey turned me onto this awesome street art website.

cool stuff #2

EVERYNONE does it again. I love every single video they’ve made. This one is no exception. (Also, it made me cry…on the first sound queue, sheesh).

polyhedron tests

I’m a little bit obsessed with polyhedron origami. It started when I stumbled upon this blog: MATH CRAFT. From there I guess it just sort of spiraled out of control…

Then this happened:

And then I did this animation test:

I want to do more of them and see if I can figure out how to make shapes like faces and whatnot. We’ll see what comes of it. In the mean time I hope you enjoy.

StopMoControlCap Inspiration

I’ve been thinking a lot about stop motion, motion control, motion capture lately. This video sparked a lot of ideas for me today. I thought I would share it.

Red Hot Chili Peppers Commercial Spots

For the last few weeks I’ve been editing at Colourmovie in Los Angeles. It’s been a lovely experience.

The first project I edited with them is up now. Here are the :30 Spot, :15 Spot, and the Behind the Scenes video for The Red Hot Chili Peppers “I’M WITH YOU” Commercials.

Shot by Yon Thomas
Directed and Produced by Colourmovie

I do believe the Red Hot Chili Peppers was the first concert I went to as a kid in Nebraska. Which is kind of funny. This was a super fun project to work on. I hope you enjoy.

Behind the Scenes:

15 second spot:

30 second spot:

cool stuff #1

I stumbled upon this the other day. It’s a really rad BMX video shot in an industrial train park.

OKGo + Pilobolus + Trish Sie = All is Not Lost

OKGo released their new video All is Not Lost on Wednesday!

I had the distinct pleasure of being able to edit the video.

You can experience this project in lots of different places.
The YouTube version: (above)
The interactive HTML5 version can be seen here:
You can also see it in 3D on the Nintendo 3DS

H4D motion graphics in PBS SundayArts News

Motion Graphics I made for a Home4Dance Media feature on Dance New Amsterdam was included in PBS’ SundayArts News on August 22, 2010.

Here’s the original video I shot and edited.