Tryna Smash is a music video I directed for rapper Jide. It was shot with a Nishika N8000 film camera, and features photo loops with 3D depth, was shot and developed by me, and was assembled entirely on a film bed.
Damaged Forms is my ongoing series of pixelsorted images made using Processing, some based on paintings I’ve done, some based on random photographs or screenshots.
Shoe Game was an animated lyric video I made for Lil Mama’s song of the same name. We worked together closely to develop a 3D environment that matched the aesthetic of the live video shoot, and to create vibrant and animated lyric displays with a free and active camera.
Silver Ratio is an album I created while exploring ways of mixing and effecting vocals. It is an experimental rock album, 7 tracks and 21 minutes long.
yuasa/oreilly?????? was made in collaboration with Alex Baumann (@bausaus), and is an experimental animated film about Masaaki Yuasa and David O’Reilly, comparing their animation styles and aesthetic goals, and building a narrative around their way of working. It features 3D and 2D animation done in the style of the two creators.
Untitled Gallery is a VR project I created with the goal of building myself a gallery space as large as I wanted, and making the space photorealistic. It will be playable at upcoming events.
aNtIcHrIsT was an experiment in shot-for-shot remakes and in story reduction; it began as a twelve minute edit of Antichrist by Lars von Trier that reduced it to its main thesis, whereafter I recreated this edit shot for shot down to repainting the title sequence and imitating the loose, messy cinematography.
Christina’s World was a short film based on the painting by the same name by Andrew Wyeth, where I used datamoshing to rip the character out of her painting and watch her journey outside the frame.
Glass was an experimental 360 VR film, where the focus was on creating a space where multiple copies of the same person could exist in the 360 space.
Alpha Negro was a video I directed for rapper Jide, where we expanded upon ideas from Jean Michel Basquiat’s notebooks and attempted to bring his style of typography to life with Jide’s words.