1. Transference style frames

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    This project I had to create mock DVD menu screens for a screenplay I wrote for a sci-fi film called "Transference." The style was inspired by the 2006 animated feature "Renaissance." These style frames were made entirely using Photoshop CS4, and Adobe Illustrator.

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    • Madera County Arts Council

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      The Madera County Arts Council supports arts in the community. Artists in the classroom, concerts in the park, a gallery show, and a poetry program help to entertain, educate and enlivin the community. Would you help bring about a cultural Renaissance in our community by your support? http://www.maderaarts.org/

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      • Meet Renaissance Weddings & Events

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        Get to know Renaissance Weddings & Events, an amazing local wedding decorator and florist in the Windsor-Essex, Ontario area. http://www.renaissanceweddings.ca Video produced by: http://www.perfectshutter.com Amazing Weddings Start Here -> http://www.everythingwedding.ca

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        • CMSV Winter Renaissance Festival

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          Enjoy the sights and sounds of the winter Renaissance Festival at the College of Mount Saint Vincent in Riverdale, NY in 1997. Featuring the CMSV Players, students, faculty, and the Newcastle Infantrie Lite-Reenactment Company, a 16th century Bohemian Mercenary Company-of-Shotte

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          • Eisenthal Landsknecht Musterrung Reenactment Event 1998

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            Watch marching drills, camp life, footwork, black powder drills and live steel exhibition sword play at the Eisenthal Landsknecht Musterrung in Leheighton, Pennsylvania 1998. Featuring the Newcastle Infantrie Lite-Reenactment Company 16th Century Bohemian Mercenary Company-of Shotte.

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            • vaux le vicomte

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              mémorable visite du château et de son jardin. Le château de Vaux-le-Vicomte est un chef dœuvre du XVIIème siècle qui associe le génie de trois artistes de grand talent, réunis par Nicolas Fouquet : larchitecte Louis Le Vau, le décorateur Charles Le Brun et le paysagiste André Le Nôtre. Le 17 août 1661, le surintendant des finances royales donne une fête éblouissante pour inaugurer son nouveau château de Vaux le Vicomte. Toute la Cour se rendit ce jour là à Vaux pour une fête dont le faste exaspéra Louis XIV. A la tombée de la nuit, un feu dartifice fut tiré. Plus tard, Voltaire résumera ainsi cette fête célèbre : le 17 août à 6 heures du soir, Fouquet était le roi de France, à 2 heures du matin, il nétait plus rien Cest en effet après cette réception trop brillante que le Roi Soleil décida de larrestation du surintendant Fouquet, qui fut emprisonné jusqu'à sa mort en 1680. Cependant, la disgrâce de leur protecteur ouvre de nouveaux horizons à Le Brun, Le Vau et Le Nôtre. Ils seront engagés par Louis XIV pour construire son nouveau palais : Versailles. En 1705, le domaine est vendu au Maréchal Villars, puis passe à la famille Choiseul- Praslin. Le destin de Nicolas Fouquet et les propriétaires successifs sont évoqués au cours de la visite. Vaux le Vicomte est l'un des rares châteaux qui se visitent de fond en combles, des caves et des cuisines jusqu'aux charpentes menant aux dômes d'où le visiteur bénéficie d'une vue imprenable sur lensemble du domaine. Le jardin, considéré comme le premier jardin à la française de Le Nôtre, est une perfection de parterres de broderies, statues, bassins, grottes et perspectives. Sa découverte peut se compléter par la visite dans les sous-sols du château, d'une exposition permanente doté d'une maquette interactive.

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              • Olympic High School 2011 LipDub

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                This is our High School LipDub, filmed on a Saturday in January. Many thanks to our amazing filming maestro, Michael Durando and the talented faculty and staff at our school. It was a lot of fun to plan and shoot, but we are glad its over. Thank you to the LipDubs before us who helped inspire ours.

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                • The Tradition of Travel by Dr. Judith E. Tucker, Part 2

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                  This video is a taping of the topic "The Tradition of Travel" from the seminar "Re-mapping the Renaissance: Exchange between Early Modern Islam and Europe." Led by Dr. Judith E. Tucker from Georgetown University. Part 2 of 2. “Re-mapping the Renaissance: Exchange between Early Modern Islam and Europe,” a three-week summer institute for college and university teachers, scheduled for June 13 through July 2, 2010, at the University of Maryland, will interrogate pervasive views of the European Renaissance of the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth centuries as a purely European rediscovery of Greco-Latin antiquity. Participants will consider much wider contact—traveling in both directions—between Renaissance Europe and the world of Islam. Furthermore, the seminar will demonstrate that the trade conducted by the Italian city-states was not exclusively an inheritance from the Roman Empire. Rather, it was also the legacy of the civilizations of the Mamluk and the Ottoman empires and their thriving systems of foreign trade. Those trading networks, in turn, became conduits for the export not only of products but also of ideas, scientific discoveries, and artistic exchange. This seminar will investigate that legacy.

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                  • The Tradition of Travel by Dr. Judith E. Tucker, Part 1

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                    This video is a taping of the topic "The Tradition of Travel" from the seminar "Re-mapping the Renaissance: Exchange between Early Modern Islam and Europe." Led by Dr. Judith E. Tucker from Georgetown University. Part 1 of 2. “Re-mapping the Renaissance: Exchange between Early Modern Islam and Europe,” a three-week summer institute for college and university teachers, scheduled for June 13 through July 2, 2010, at the University of Maryland, will interrogate pervasive views of the European Renaissance of the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth centuries as a purely European rediscovery of Greco-Latin antiquity. Participants will consider much wider contact—traveling in both directions—between Renaissance Europe and the world of Islam. Furthermore, the seminar will demonstrate that the trade conducted by the Italian city-states was not exclusively an inheritance from the Roman Empire. Rather, it was also the legacy of the civilizations of the Mamluk and the Ottoman empires and their thriving systems of foreign trade. Those trading networks, in turn, became conduits for the export not only of products but also of ideas, scientific discoveries, and artistic exchange. This seminar will investigate that legacy.

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                    • Monument de la Renaissance Africaine

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