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A collection of my video work and digital video projects.
Beetlejuice Portrait Pumpkin Carving Time Lapse
Time Lapse carve of a realistic portrait of Michael Keaton as Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice on a Fun-kin foam pumpkin using a dremel. This carve took about 7 hours and was completed over the course of 3 days. This was filmed using the time lapse function on my iPhone 7 plus and then edited in iMovie where I increased the speed to x2.
This music video was a collaboration with my good friend Jessica Heackel, Ryan Sellick, and myself. I helped film a lot of the video (all of the close up shots and non-aerial footage), helped set things on fire, and assited with consulting.
#Enchroma Glasses: Color Blind Artist Sees Artwork for First Time
This is a reaction video I made of myself getting EnChroma Glasses and checking out some of my paintings in color for the first time. I have moderate to strong Protanopia. These fancy glasses help me fix it a bunch.
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Everything you need to know about customer service is right here. New video work from 2016
DARK NOIR vol.1
Made in 2008, a different take on the genre of Film Noir by using the standard elements of the genre and artistically heightening them to new levels. Featuring the music of nine inch nails: GHOSTS I-IV. This was first uploaded to YouTube prior to the site allowing videos longer than 10 minutes so for quality retention I split the film into 3 sections. You can find a direct link to Vol.2 here, and Vol.3 here.
A video project I made in 2007. This was an experiment in sound editing using solely clips from filmed video. In this video I recreate the auditory sensation of working at a movie theater.
Beat box silent movie? Gangsta teddy bears? Senseless troll on bear violence? Its all here. This was a group video project where each member of the group made a unique narrative edit from a common set of fottage.
SERIES: THE STRANDED
This is an ongoing experiment combining Wire Sculpture and Photography. Each wire sculpture is hand made using a single continuous strand of wire. The sculptures are then photographed as if they were strangers in an even stranger world.
Times my work has been published and or featured by professional media outlets.
This is a portion of a project for the University of Oregon about funding for the arts that I was interviewed for by student journalist Emily Cline. The video features me talking about working as a colorblind artist, my process, and carving pumpkins. The full story can be found here.
KEZI NEWS TV Interview: Reducing waste, reusing pumpkins
10/31/2016: I was invited onto the TV show Graveyard Carz for a little pumpkin carving hi-jinx. This bit is currently available as a web extra, but will possibly be featured in their current season finale. You can watch the clip here.
Eugene Weekly Cover Contest Winner 2016
10/27/16: For the second straight year I won the Eugene Weekly pumpkin carving contest.
Portrait Pumpkins write up featured as lead article in Arts section of Register Guard. Additionally, a photo preview of the piece made the front page of the whole paper! You can find that article here.
This was a pumpkin carving contest I entered where the winner would be featured on the cover of the publication. Although this was unrelated to the Portrait Pumpkin art show up at the same time they did mention my show in the featured article.