This lovely sand animation was created from Hebrew calligraphy by Gil Omry, as part of Lauren Hartman’s play "Out of Me and Into You."

The letters used in this short fell off a movie theater marquee one Sunday afternoon in the fall of 1998. Theyâd originally been part of some grand, meaningful words, but now they were stranded and helpless. So I gave them a new home.

A mostly true story about bugs.

Experimenting with motion tracking while my plane lands in my hometown of Huntington, WV.

A curious little fragment. I rarely work with real film; the results always surprise me.

Yeah, everybody who's been to film school has got a scratch film, but I'm partial to this one.

This is one of a series of realtime animations we created for Jen Tsueiâs play Fantasias for the Immoderate. Two actors in microphones used the volume of their voices to control the video âpuppetsâ in a program called Isadora.


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