Quick Update: I found out that Rockefeller Center will fly the Flag Project again but only 83 flags at a time. (From Late January to end of March) They will be rotating all 192 of them alphabetically. My flag design is part of the first 83. The Flag Project originally flew from August 1 to... Continue Reading →
I wanted to create a dramatic landscape photograph using compositing via Photoshop. Here is a basic progress of the final photograph.
My solo videography skills includes camera work using DSLRs, foley recorded by a phone or a camera, and video editing using Premiere Pro.
Using my videography and sound design skills, I created a short (15-sec) video for the social media accounts of TrekGear.
Magic has been part of my life since I was a teenager. During my college days at SUNY College of Old Westbury, I was given to opportunity to film my magic skills in front of unsuspecting fellow students. Magic Out Loud 2 won me a 2011 Student MAC Award for Best Creative Television Segment. Street... Continue Reading →
A friend of mine told me about the Rockefeller Center Flag Project. The contest had participates create a flag design as a “love letter to NY” either as a drawing, digital art, painting, etc. Almost any medium was acceptable. Each flag will be 8' x 5'. After a few rough drafts, I managed to create... Continue Reading →
I always enjoyed watching animation and learning about the craft. In this post, I showcase my latest animations. You can find my earlier animations on Vimeo.
Fellow fans of Adventure Time and Lumpy Space Princess: I made a printable version for anyone who likes these as an office or room signs. Each are 7.5” x 4.5” 🖨DOWNLOAD PDF: http://bit.ly/LSP_sign Adventure Time is one of my favorite shows. So much that I made office signs off their character, Lumpy Space Princess. I... Continue Reading →