afternoons from the east coast #texture http://ift.tt/1hN5edn
My business cards came in today :) #yayformoo http://ift.tt/1jQM4VM
Apart of my Arts in Performance class, I was asked to come up with a visual reaction to an opera we recently attended at the Sarasota Opera House. This is my abstract representation and map to the horrific accounts of private passion intermingling between the five main characters the Count de Luna, the old gypsy, Leonora, Azucena, and Manrico in the classic opera “Il Trovatore”
Attend one of the most inspiring presentations I’ve been to by Stephen Price, editor of Stash Magazine. This is one of many topics he went over: how to create a balance between creative, technical, social, and business to be a well rounded designer. I couldn’t agree more! He pointed out so many important facets of the industry today and really inspired us students by showing us a beautiful curated collection of great pieces by innovative studios, designers, and directors! I can’t believe within five minutes of talking with this inspiring gentlemen I was able to take over a page and a half of notes just from critique of my reel. Never had a Crit like that before.
Cant wait to graduate and become a part of this culture. Times are exciting
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Spent the day at Sarasota Jungle Gardens sketching with friends. Was an absolute blast! There were great flamingos that tried to bite us as we drew and the friendliest goats! Most of the animals have been pets before so they posed long and felt comfortable with us around drawing. The best and most still/stable subjects were definitely the owls and plant life!
Here are some of my sketches
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Baby goats are like puppies 🐶 http://ift.tt/OFeGmG
A collection of work throughout my education at Ringling College of Art and Design as well as past internships at Hallmark and The Mill.
Under da seaaa http://ift.tt/1lwcMQe
I tired to emphasize high and low pitches with ticks throughout the composition as well as block in sounds that seemed to more expressive and carry more depth.
Segment from “Symphony No.2” by Sibelius played by the Sarasota Orchestra
I recently attended a show at the Sarasota Orchestra apart of an arts in performance class I’m taking, and was really inspired by the sound waves this type of music produced… was secretly recording some parts on my phone ;) I believe this particular segment was “Symphony No. 2” by Sibelius
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