As part of my work at Case, a design agency in New York, I edited and animated a video spot for a product launch for Origins. I worked within a designed methodology as this video was part of a series, to create the storyboard and style frames. The video is overlaid with motion graphics that emphasize the scientific aspect of Origins products, and edited using After Effects.The video is still in a rough cut phase and is expected to launch later in the year.
This is a piece commissioned by the Huffington Post to shed light on the diversity of Muslim Americans and deter Islamophobia. Created in collaboration with Prashanti Aswani, we were given a 30 second sound clip from Kristin Szremski- an Advocacy Journalist, and briefed to make an animation that uses graphic forms to express her story. This final piece is created using stop motion sand animation, with symbolic imagery and a black and white color palette. Post production was done in after effects.
Learn more about this project here.
Authors and poets use onomatopoeia to capture the essence of sounds through written word. James Joyce, one of the most influential writers of the twentieth century was famous for his innovative use of non-lexical onomatopoeic words- sound words not part of the lexicon of the english language. The following 'map' will guide you through some of the sounds in Joyces seminal work Ulysses, through the interaction of animated line and typographic wordplay.
A girl falls asleep on a train and her dream state is affected by the pulsing, repetitive motion of the trains wheels.