A collection of my visual effects work, as a freelancer, independent filmmaker, and while working at Superlux. Includes work for IBM and several short films. Watch the Reel
When I decided to tackle writing and directing Salvage Mission 9, my first feature film, I approached the project by producing a short film proof-of-concept first. The result is Fringe Territory: Salvage Mission One, a sci-fi short film where a lone salvager fights for survival against an enemy he can’t see in a post-apocalyptic junkyard.… Continue reading Fringe Territory
IBM needed a product demo video to talk about their offerings which can be used by law enforcement agencies to improve their handling of digital evidence. At Superlux, I wrote, art directed, and composited this flashy 3D product demo video, which the client employed at a tradeshow to gain business leads. Want to see more… Continue reading Digital Evidence
IBM needed a video to help reach out to video game developers at the Canadian Game Awards. At Superlux, I directed this 80’s inspired video to demonstrate how video game developers can use IBM Bluemix for high-performance scalability, to name just a few buzzwords.
I directed this film for the 2015 Atlanta 48 Hour Film Project. My team’s category was mockumentary, and from we chose to create a more psychological piece dealing with paranormal activity and digital interactions.
I worked on this project at Superlux. IBM needed a brand film to promote the new digital evolution of their classic Redbooks series of technical manuals. I worked on design concept pitches, illustrated storyboards, VFX supervised on set, edited, and composited this piece.