This reel compiles video clips and photos from an assortment of projects, showcasing a variety of different lighting styles and techniques.
Dead Awaken was a production that fused Ibsen's When We Dead Awaken with a new hip hop/ R&B concept album.
Director: Brian Carbine
Point Fuga was an experimental dance piece focusing on humanity's relationship to machinery and automation. Performers danced with 9' tall metal frames lined with lights. Each performer could turn on and move the frames around the space at will to perform their choreography.
Director: Dany Nierman
Venue: Found space
This spaceship concept design was inspired by electron microscope images of insects. The color inspiration was derived from flowers when viewed under UV light.
Process: Initial shape and proportions were established in Zbrush. This basic form was then taken into photoshop where a black and white image was painted. Lastly, color and final texturing was applied.
Seam Ripper was a collaboration of three different costume designers to generate performance art pieces about the relationship between women, clothing, and society.
Directors and costume designers: Yonit Olshan, Lynn Thronet, Beryl Bachman
Afro Futuro was a series of three photoshoots where the subject embodied the personal of three different Orishas: Yamaya, Oya, and Oshun respectively. The resulting photos were then brought into Photoshop to have graphic elements added, and the final result were three 30" x 60" prints.
Director: Shaina Simmons
This was an exercise in texturing and lighting in Cinema 4D.
This was a teaser trailer for an upcoming dance piece. It was filmed at the end of an abandoned street using a 360-degree camera and several car headlights.
Choreographer: Jodi Porter
Venue: Abandoned street
Theoritical art direction concept art for Big Fish. Rendered in Photoshop
Paradise by Design was a new surrealist play about a long con that goes horribly wrong.
Director: Martin Acosta
This is a 3D model of the AT&T building in downtown LA. The building was modeled, textured, and lit in Cinema 4D.