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Good Dog is a short Stop-Motion Thriller i produced during the last months with two collueges at the university of applied sciences mainz, germany.
It´s my first Stop-Motion-Animation, but I hope I can do several more, cause I really love the work.
Enjoy!
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2 bears and a rabbit rob a bank...
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This Providence - My Beautiful Rescue

Directed, Produced, Shot, and Edited this music video for Warner Music Group/Atlantic Records/Fueled By Ramen artist, "This Providence"

Two day location shoot in Seattle, WA.

Video aired on Fuse, Mtv, and Mtv2.

You can view on-set photos by adding my film page on MySpace.
Photos are located in a "Friends Only" photo gallery in my pictures.
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Admin Reference: Rights provided to GD
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A coalition of animals band together to exterminate mankind.
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Compilation/Montage of recent personal, freelance and commercial work.

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Stop motion animation I did two years ago at Perpich Center for Arts Education. Everything was drawn and cut out of construction paper

Music by Saluting The Rockies
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2007 - This experimental underground music video shows Lolly Jane Blue on her way down the earth layers; a journey leading to a swirling underwater climax...

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My first decent animation after college! I made it in 2005 and it placed in the top ten for Nickelodeon's animation festival! It's also shown in various other film festivals around the world. A lot of fuss over some silly little monsters! I had a lot of fun with it. Hope you enjoy it!
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'Grotesqueness may appear in anything which is found to be in sufficient grave conflict with accepted standards to arouse emotion'. -- (Clayborough, Arthur. The Grotesque in English Literature)

'The basis of mankind's existence rests on his creating stability out of an otherwise chaotic world.'- (The Fear of Change in the 19th-Century Grotesque)

The basis of my work is to disrupt that stability, bringing people out of their comfort zone and planting them rudely back in the face of chaos and uncertainty, and my latest piece of work is centered on theories of abjection and the uncanny. My approach to making is heavily influenced by works such as: 'Street of Crocodiles' by The Brothers Quay, 'Love and Redemption' by Joel-Peter Witkin, and 'Body Fluids' by Andres Serrano.

My installation strives to evoke ambivalent emotions in the viewer by juxtaposing familiar elements with conflicting surroundings. Traditionally the teddy bear has always been associated with childhood, providing comfort and a sense of security through its unthreatening and cuddly, furry surface. In my work the teddy bears' attempt at life is disrupted; the stop motion animation makes their movements jerky and disjointed. Through their uncanny movements, they act out strange and nightmarish scenarios detaching them from their typical associations. The result is an unsettling, yet strangely captivating experience.
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Based on Edgar Allan Poe's short story 'The Masque of the Red Death', this short film was created for my University assessment at the end of 2006 for the University of Technology, Sydney.

The view the film in full High Definition, please visit it at Vimeo, here:

www.vimeo.com/7121799

Since its original submission for my course assessment the film has evolved significantly into something which I hope can be considered no longer just a student film, but something that is festival ready.

Pre production took 5 months, shooting was over 3 days, and post production took 18 months.

Most of the cast and crew donated their time to the project and have done an amazing job.

I am happy to answer any question in regards to the production, but in the meantime, please enjoy the film!

Camera Used: Panasonic P2 HVX-200 @ 720P
Editing Suite: Final Cut Pro (colour grading in Premiere Pro CS3)
Animated credits sequences: Adobe After Effects
Audio Mixing: Cubase SX3
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