I graduated from Hampshire College in May of 2009 with a concentration in Animation and Digital Visual Arts. At Hampshire, I completed coursework in 3D animation, color theory, architecture and computer graphics.
One of my best and most notable experiences was working as a Lighting Technical Director and Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Intern on a film called The Incident at Tower 37. After working for year and a half on this project, we brought it to completion during the summer of 2008.
Soon after college, I interned at Zero VFX in Boston. I worked closely with industry professionals aiding the delivery of final production materials. After a three month term, I was hired as a Freelance Compositor to work on several live-action commercial projects.
In January of 2013, I was hired as a 3D Technical Director at Anzovin Studio in Florence, MA. From production, development, design, project managing, and outreach, my role at Anzovin is constantly shifting. As a Technical Director, I've done creative 3D work on several game titles and post production for high profile clients including Disney, Microsoft and Lego. I've managed projects and worked closely with nearby studios such as Doodle Pictures and HitPoint Studios. As a developer and designer, I lead the re-design and re-branding of Anzovin and my creative and artistic direction has aided the production of many motion graphics projects for several clients including Polaroid.
In the spring semester of 2014, I started teaching animation at Hampshire College. I currently reside in western Massachusetts and I'm still working on expanding my portfolio.
- Maya | RenderMan Studio | V-Ray
- After Effects | Nuke | Shake | Silouhette
- Photoshop | Illustrator | Painter | Mudbox
- 3D Technical Director | Anzovin Studios . Florence MA
- Web Designer | www.anzovin.com
- Freelance Compositor | Zero VFX . Boston MA
- Production Intern | Zero VFX . Boston MA
- The Academy of Motion Picture's Intern | Bit Films . Amherst MA
- Lighting Technical Director | Bit Films . Amherst MA