Check out the amazing Deep Field film based on the music of Eric Whitacre inspired by the Hubble Deep Field. I was lucky to be able to help create some of the visuals along with my colleagues at the Space Telescope Science Institute. It’s been a really unique experience to work with scientists, visual artists, and musicians all together on one project. You can watch the film at this link and also take a look to see if there will be a live performance in your area.
I wanted to share a recent work project that I really enjoyed creating. I was asked by the Hubble news team to create an Illustration of a violently flaring red dwarf for a press release. I used Cinema 4D, Octane Render, and After Effects to create everything.
Sometimes your eyes are bigger than your stomach
Head to hubblesite to see the animated visualization I helped create of the 28th anniversary image - The Lagoon Nebula.
...then you can check out illuminated universe for a breakdown about our process.
The forecast says it's going to snow this weekend, but in my mind it's all sunshine and butterflies.
Happy Friday! Here are some goofy ladies getting down.
Just a little doodle made with C4D and Octane
Two of the projects I worked on at the Washington Post received Awards from the Society for News Design in the 2017 edition of it's Best of Digital Design Competition
I made this little animation for Art and Graft's Seven Second Sins collaboration. The theme was "Pride". This was one of my first attempts animating in Photoshop.
Characters with big coats & skinny legs are my favorite :D
Another quick character sketch
Everyone is bundled up here in Baltimore because it's so chilly. I saw this lady on the street the other day looking so cozy.
I forgot to post this for Halloween. It was a nice little character practice.
Made this little doodle the other day. It feels pretty accurate because my hair is getting looooooooong.
Tomorrow will mark two weeks of Rob and I being homeowners here in Baltimore. It got me thinking about all the other places we've lived through the years. Some good, some bad, and some ugly.
The new house is the last image on the bottom right! Yay!!! Red doors rule!