A selection of concert photos I’ve taken for MPR’s 89.3 The Current as an associate videographer/photographer.
Videos I’ve edited for MPR”s 89.3 The Current as an associate videographer/photographer.
My photography for Reviler.org, a local Minneapolis music blog.
I have several showreels floating around my site so I thought why not have another one.
During my time at Broadhead, I worked on various clients including Cargill, Moyer Beef, Boehringer Ingelheim, Firestone, Minnesota Pork Board, Minnesota Soybean Research & Promotion Council, and California Strawberries.
My work ranged from video editing and photography to animation and illustration.
At the top here is a quick reel I threw together of my animation work.
Most of my animations were made for fun. I like experimenting with the juxtaposition of a still image and a few animated details.
I have experience with frame-by-frame in Photoshop, Adobe After Effects, and some 3D animation in Maya.
Hellavision Television is a local Minneapolis animation show, started by Peter Steineck. Anyone can submit an animation, which are all compiled into a single video and is screened at the Trylon Cinema.
I have submitted to 4 of the 5 episodes so far.
Murals I illustrated, which were installed in N401 Studios and viewable from 1st avenue!
During my time at the University of Minnesota, I was a regular volunteer and radio DJ at Radio K-KUOM, the college's campus radio station. This place was, and still is, a huge part of my life and I honestly get pretty choked up just thinking about it.
While there, I worked my way up to becoming one of the on-staff videographers. I got to film so many wonderful local and touring bands. Each week, I edited the footage I shot and posted it online. I also animated that cute little wiggle intro and outro!
While I was a videographer at Radio K, I also took some sweet shots of the bands that came in to perform during our in-studios.
I've been a fan of the web series The Outs since around the time it debuted online. It's probably one of my all-time favorite shows.
I was given the incredible opportunity to make two illustrations for its Season 2 finale episode.
Adam is awesome, and everyone who was a part of that show has a special place in my heart.
My traditional medium of choice is charcoal. I dabble with themes of anxiety and self reflection, as well as horse imagery.
I use digital illustration to explore concepts, worlds, emotions, and the experimentation of styles. Over the years, it has become more of a therapeutic practice for me.