This is my hand-drawn animation from graduate school in 2004. Much fun and plenty of long hours.
The song is by Linda Neely Lucido and the "our dollar" poem is by Erik Rankins.
An aspiring actress seeks a sweet part.
This was a very quick, one-week summer project. I wrote, produced, shot, and edited it very rapidly.
It was created for pedagogical purposes in order to illustrate the Syd Field three act paradigm. Also to show when to enter and exit a scene to show just enough for the audience to complete a full mental picture of a story/plot point. Finally, I am showing character development through purely visual means.
A man and a woman meet over mis-delivered mail.
This is the first few minutes of my 30 minute documentary about my son Jackson. He was diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder at the age of 3 and a half years old.
He's now a teenager and doing extremely well. The film tells our story and promotes early assessment and early intervention for learning and developmental disorders.
Lights, camera, sound and drums. I was in heaven. Here's a study of personal documentary, multi-camera shooting, and ProTools audio. All was done with four takes.
Stephanie White is the drummer; she was a UNCG school of Music student at the time (2004).