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SEVERANCE PACKAGE : "Scissors Gonna Cut Ya" Music video 
Client: Severance Package (2017)
This paper stop-motion animated music video was created for the band Severance Package and their song "Scissors Gonna Cut Ya". It was created by filming the band and dancers, printing at 12 fps, cutting them out and compositing in the computer. Additional stop-motion animation of my hand, scissors, and scraps of paper were used, along with paper sets and a 3D printed retro TV.
KZFR : Commercials and KZFR Zombies Video Game 
Client: 90.1 FM KZFR (2017)
This was a collaboration with game designer Dana Hocking. I Illustrated the backgrounds of many locations in Chico, CA for three commercials and a video game called KZFR ZOMBIES available for free for Apple and Android devices. In the game you must save Chico, CA from the zombie apocolypse by blasting great radio at KZFR.
MICHELIN EMBERS : "Diggin' On" Music video 
Client: Michelin Embers (2015)
This stop-motion animated music video was created for the band Michelin Embers and their song "Diggin' On". It was created using 3D printed parts, found objects, cardboard, clay, and digital effects.
LUNCH SPECIALS : OPENING TITLES 
Client: Lunch Specials Web Series (2016)
This stop-motion chalk board animation was created for the comedy web series "Lunch Specials."
DOLLY DEADLY : FEATURE FILM Stop-Motion EFFECTS 
Client: Wretched Productions (2016)
These stop-motion visual effects were created for the feature film Dolly Deadly (Legless Corpse Films). I used thrift store doll parts, fake blood and guts, and a fake torso. I build the scarecrow and added LED lights in his sockets. Dolly Deadly is available to rent or buy here.
DESIGNBYHUMANS : STAR WARS CLOTHING LINE PROMO 
Client: Animation Chico International Animation Festival (2015)
This promotional animation was created to promote the first annual Animation Chico international animation festival. I hand drew pieces and animated them in the computer. The miniature of the El Rey theatre was made of foam core, paint, and lights against green screen.