JUNE 2019: Tanksounds music & video Project

Here’s a preview of some fantastic sounds and sights from Rangely Colorado’s world infamous TANK Center for Sonic Arts! The TANK is renowned for its unique acoustical properties set in a dramatic environment. Collaborators Aaron Ragsdale (percussion) and Tammy Yonce (flute). Composers Joshua Clausen, Everett Minchew, and Alan Theisen. Audio engineer and producer Jamey Lamar. Est full release date Autumn 2019.

MAY 2019: UNTITLED ARCHITECTURE DOCUMENTARY

Preproduction and a bit of good ol’ shootin’ has started on a collaborative documentary project featuring some renowned world figures in architecture. Director Jethro Waters. Completion of first phase, 2020.

Director and DP Jethro Waters stalks a tractor

Director and DP Jethro Waters stalks a tractor

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FEBRUARY 2019: Tanksounds music & video Project

Preproduction has begun on an experimental music and video project centering around original compositions created for percussion and flute to be performed and recorded in a reclaimed water tank in the high desert of Colorado. The Tanksounds facility is renowned for its unique acoustical properties set in a dramatic environment. Collaborators Aaron Ragsdale (percussion) and Tammy Yonce (flute). Est release date Autumn 2019.

dECEMBER 2018: DON’T ANIMATE ALONE

Got to work on some super wacky insanity with the great visionary filmmaker Todd Rohal for another short for Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim! A million animated kisses and Emo Philips, folks! Watch it here, https://vimeo.com/329395753 or you can go to Cartoon Network’s YouTube page and pay for it…

dECEMBER 2018: South Dakota Art Museum Faculty Scholar

Being selected as the SD Art Museum Faculty Scholar for Autumn 2018 yielded some wonderful explorations and interactions with fine friendly folks like Lynn Verschoor and Jodi Lundgren of the South Dakota Art Museum. Thanks for the opportunities. Hope to keep discussions about an animation exhibit going for 2020! Below are some free form tests using Lynn Verschoor’s felted wool forms that helped me think about shape, movement, and also how hard it is to animate things sometimes!