I've been keeping an Animated Journal over the last year.
I’ve always liked the picture a day format, video diaries etc, and animation is, traditionally a long drawn out, painful process, this is me trying to free it up and make it a bit more ephemeral.
Stan Brakhage said that he considered what he did to be his home movies and these follow a similar vein.
I generally capture whats going on around me and funnel it into 250 frames.
It's made using a variety of software & techniques including Maya, flip book drawings, After Effects, old cameras, roll film, digital photography and so on.