Welcome to my portfolio. Here you can view both projects and pieces i’ve work on in the past. Most of my personal pieces are inspired by the things that make my soul sing. My inspirations include science fiction, films, games, books, fashion, and a love of world building.
The first installment to the NEON series. This image started out as 13 seperate images. The intention of the NEON series is to explore an artistic style that features sensual women who sit between the "Uncanny Valley", and the comic book world - While taking on the colorful vibes of the future!
Inspired by the world's' first “Bionic Pop Artist” Viktoria Modesta - “Style Node” is a fictional magazine that explores how science and fashion are working together to develop, both fashion forward, and fashion smart clothing for the future.
The second installment to the NEON series. This image started out as 7 seperate images. The intention of the NEON series is to explore an artistic style that features sensual women who sit between the "Uncanny Valley", and the comic book world - While taking on the colorful vibes of the future!
With angel like features, Temptress Emily should not be mistaken as a gentle soul. Though she carries herself with elegance, her fire will burn those who cross her path. Emily is a study in female characters who can be both strong, and sensual.
This piece, a self-portrait, was initially built from clay and casting material and brought to life with primer and color.
Born from a struggle to pay attention is social study classes, this piece is a study in patients. Using classic methods of hand-drawn texturing, each pen mark is carefully placed to bring the branches and bark of this tree to life.
Inspired by a collection of images, this piece is an exercise in creating an illustration by using strong shadows and highlights.
Inspired by the 2001 film “Moulin Rouge” by Baz Luhrmann, this necklace celebrates the films use of music, while keeping in style with the Bohemian fad. “Vive la vie bohéme” is a famous phrase used to express living the bohemian lifestyle that promotes equality, while defending the arts in all of it’s forms.
Carved from soapstone, “Boy on Moon” was a special gift to my mother. Loving sculpture, my mother has also often expressed her love of big dreams from little minds. She always finds herself inspired by her children who love to live among the stars.
his project was born from an inability to afford new pieces of metal, and a memory from my elementary school years. Sometimes it is a gift to be able to make something from nothing.
Originally part of a bigger mural that expresses concern of the environment, these two tiles are meant to express how we tend to borrow resource and potential from the future of our children. That instead of expressing concern for our children's futures, we tend to desire the immediate and tempting benefits.
Little Dreamer Studios is a fictional media company I created for a business project. The logo of this company was meant to express the idea of being small, but dreaming large. It is a dream of my own that if I were ever to have a personal company, this would be its name and branding.
Xalma is a fictitious company built on my love of science fiction and futuristic ideas. Xalma is a company that offers augmented, and bionic body parts for both medical and aesthetic purposes. Their influence can be seen in the “Style Node” magazine.
Designed after the “Rubin vase” optical illusion, this piece is a unique portrait of Ezra and Tuba Çetin. While being twins, the Çetin sisters are also up and coming couture, FashionTech designers.
This animation was made with a drawing that was edited using Adobe Photoshop, and animating it in Adobe AfterEffects.
Animated title for a fictional shampoo company.
Animated title created for SAIT Film and Video students documentary about yo-yos.
Made as an exploration of motion in animation, and world building.
This documentary was written in loving memory of Kevin Michael Spiegelmann, and gifted to the family to continue his legacy.
Animated title done for short documentary.
Color correction done for short documentary.
Animation created for the "Food for Thought" website. Food for Thought teaches kids about healthy eating, allergies, and dietary needs.
Characters voiced by:
Gerrick Winston as "Juni"
Sally Cacic as "Rosie"
Designed after the Genterns in "Repo the Genetic Opera", these nurses are beautiful - but deadly.
Little is known about this strange boy. He's quiet, but his personality is loud. Johnny is inspired by character designs in the film "Mirror Mask".
The Madrigals are designed for my narritave in the early stages called "Philomena". Philomena Follows the story of a young girl who must face different trials to save her kingdom. However, things are not always as they seem. Philomena is actually a young girl battling terminal illness, and The Madrigals are meant to be creatures that are living needles. Any where from 2 inches, to 10 feet tall - The Madrigals travel in know less than a set of 3, and have the ability to rotate the mid-section of their bodies a full 360 degrees.