At Sony Imageworks I served as a Technical Animator on the Spielberg / Zemeckis production "Monster House." I integrated motion-captured animation into final shots using Maya and MotionBuilder. Here are some of the shots I worked on - click for video.




At Rhythm & Hues Studios I was a Technical Animator on Disney's "The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe." My duties were to prepare motion-captured combat animations for use in the climactic battle sequence. This work was done in Nuance and exported to Massive for crowd simulation.



At Activision I directed cinematics for "True Crime: Streets of LA." My responsibilities included preparing storyboards and animatics, directing voice-over and motion capture sessions, integrating motion capture data into the cinematic sequences, and supervising final animation of more than an hour of real-time cutscenes. Christopher Walken, Gary Oldman, Michael Madsen, Ron Perlman, Michelle Rodriguez, Russell Wong, and James Hong were among the many voice talents with whom I was privileged to collaborate. Here are my interview and some cutscenes.





While at Activision, I also worked on the Shrek 2 video game title. I did some character animation and created the following demo loop from gameplay footage. It plays when the game is left unattended for a period of time.


"Ornaments" is a 3D computer animated short that I began during my senior year in college. A year in the making, it follows the antics of a mischievous Christmas tree decoration as he pursues some milk and cookies. It has won more than twenty awards at film festivals worldwide. Click below to watch.


3D Modeling
Made using Max, Maya, and Softimage



Drawing / Storyboarding
Storyboards and sketches



Bitmap & vector illustrations made with Photoshop, Illustrator, and CorelDRAW