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As the Crow Flies, 2018

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As The Crow Flies, was a  summer-long public art event which took place over a 10 kilometer span across Vancouver, thus becoming one of the largest public art installations in the world. This event, developed by Dr. Cameron Cartiere and her public art collective chART Projects, took place in conjunction with the International Ornithological Congress (2018), which was hosted in Vancouver for the first time. This remarkable public art project aimed to raise awareness of the plight of urban birds, focusing on the thousands of crows that fly daily across Vancouver skies.

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EPIC_Tom

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EPIC_Tom 

EPIC_Tom expands on new media performance by incorporating canine voice and creativity. For this interspecies project, the artists ask: what is a dog experiencing the moment just before catching a ball? Could it be proto-euphoric—eager, expectant, desirous? The performance explores visualizing and sonifying, in a live setting, canine collaborator Tom’s state of mind.

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Colorblind, A Colorful Guide to Colorblindness

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This video won first prize at the 2013 Salazar Awards in the category of "Video & Animation" as well as a 2013 Applied Arts Student Award

This animation was a collaboration between myself and Elena Syrovatkina as an informative infographic for a school project. We used After Effects to create a simple style that would engage but not overwhelm.

The video describes how colorblindness is inherited through genetics as well as the different kinds of colorblindness.

 

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3D Concept Designs

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Some design concepts of realistic contexted objects. These designs are accuratly conecpted within stories behind each one of them. The bike projct for example, uses an Arduino Uno device plus an Accelerometer to be used for the bike signalling system for leaning left or right as well as could be used in intersections. 

The other design concepts are inspired by fantasy and imaginary concepts and prodcued by clay, 3D print, and Laser Cut ABS models.

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3D Rendering

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For my first project in 3D rendering, I elected to create a life-size model with fully moving parts solely from pictures.

All intellectual property rights to Wall-e remain with Pixar Animation Studios.

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Rollo introduces Radius

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"Rollo introduces Radius" was written and animated during a co-op/internship in Summer 2012. Radius was focusing on increasing new user subscriptions and wanted to investigate new ways to engage users. Rollo was created as one of many personas during the ideation phase.

Rollo eventually became an animated character who helped to make the website feel more approachable to new users, in addition to explaining what Radius does in a concise way.

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Web Analytics, Cookies, and You

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A short animation about web analytics and tracking cookies, and how they affect you while you're browsing the internet. Created for an applied research project at Emily Carr's SIM Centre with Mozilla to develop visualizations for the Collusion plugin.

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Girl in the City

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Girl in the City is a series of four short animations that follow Girl as she explores Vancouver, encountering landmarks and picking up souvenirs along the way. Girl in the City (2011) was commissioned by the City of Vancouver Public Art Program with support of Vancouver 125 and the participation of the Government of Canada, and screened at the corner of Robson and Granville between March and May 2011.

The animations - along with other projects from the City of Vancouver Platform series -- can be viewed at the link below:

http://vancouver.ca/commsvcs/cultural/publicart/platforms/ledvideo.htm

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About a Seagull

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Faux 3D environment in After Effects.

First time messing around in AE after about three years! I'm officially in love with it now. 
I had fun with this, although the file ended up being huge and I couldn't upload it anywhere, so I had to super compress it. Oh well, lesson learned I guess. 
Sound effects from sounddogs.com and freesound.org  

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Part of Our Lives - Lou

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Voice over by the talented Lou Papa!
Lou doesn't really use that much hair product, he's got it going on naturally, haha.

Final project for 2D Animation II at ECUAD
We had to animate to an interview with one of our classmates talking about their hair. Also, our characters had to be monsters! So much fun and so many good ideas :D

Anyway, it was really fun to make, and I'm quite happy with how it's looking.

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