Dialogue from Hot Fuzz.
NBC LA wrote an article on the Dead Man’s Ball film I made! This is really exciting, I’m so glad people are enjoying it– thank you for all your support!
I designed and animated the invitations to LACMA’s Muse Costume Ball this year– go have a look!
This is what I look like as a senior.
Balancing a sketchbook on my head, keeping my arms shielded from the unpredictable A/C and being (happily!) wired on plenty of tea. Boot season hasn’t kicked in yet, but it will soon enough (as will my stripes)! I’m super-excited for all the classes I’m in– moreso for the teachers we’ve got (and will have next semester, too!) I’m finishing up some work outside of school and have been settling into the slow-but-steady growing load of homework. This is going to be a fantastic year. Crazy-busy, yes of course, but super-awesome and worth all the forthcoming sleepless nights! Eeee!
Actually, my name’s not Nancy, but we’ve all got a little Nancy inside of us! I was fortunate enough to animate on the documentary I Am Nancy, a film that reaches out to fans of A Nightmare on Elm Street. Much of the hype for the series is directed at Freddy– hey, so what about the good guys? What about Nancy, the strong female lead role that fights her fears? Heather Langenkamp (Nancy) speaks to her fans at horror movie conventions and learns that the attention isn’t just on the thrill of of the baddies– but rather how Nancy helped people find their own inner strengths to go out and conquer their “Freddy” in life.
Check out the site, get a Nancy tat, order a DVD!
Created for Alter Ego, the fifth and final episode in Amy Tofte’s series, Fear of Short Men. The players interacted with this intro by jumping out from behind and gesturing at their on-screen selves. Performed May 6th and 7th, 2011 at the CalArts Coffeehouse Theatre!