Concepts/style frames and look development for What Remains of Edith Finch (completed at Sequence). What Remains of Edith Finch is a collection of short stories about a cursed family in Washington state (coming in 2016 for the PS4).
Design, animation, look development, typography etc. for Strange Empire (completed at Sequence). Strange Empire is the latest from Canada's own Laurie Finstad-Knizhnik, the visionary behind the acclaimed Durham County.
Concepts and style frames for the Vancouver Canucks' pre-game ice projections (completed at Sequence). The bottom five frames were a proposal for a special Stanley Cup edition that never came to fruition.
"Five manually interrupted photographs. Meticulously freed of noise, cropped and colour corrected to achieve ultimate sensory satisfaction."
A while back I created a series of light leaks and/or lens effects by mucking about with a variety of Lomography lenses and I still use the results when I'm looking for a lighting effect that's a little outside the norm. Enjoy!
Logos for Captive (film) and Syndicate 7 (said film's production company [completed at Sequence]). Conceptual shadow envelopes stencil letterforms, referencing the film's ambiguity in regards to good and evil, light and dark et al. Syndicate 7's logo was made to match the company's release.
I also created the title sequence for the aforementioned film, alongside various other typographic elements.
Logo for Sequence. Letters as well-ordered "units" tangentially reference a sequence without being overt. I also accidentally created what is now our official "end tag" for various reels, pitches et cetera.
Logo for entrepreneur Bill MacEwen. A multipurpose letterform denotes ingenuity and resourcefulness. Please note that this mark was created in early 2010, before Moving Brands' Madefire identity (great minds think alike!)