Animation

 

The Intergalactic Adventures of Bloop
Episodes 1-3 (2013)

This animated series follows the adventures of a small green alien as he travels the universe in his trusty spaceship, solving problems and making new friends.

Episodes and 1 and 2 of the animated series The Intergalactic Adventures of Bloop received national recognition in The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards (2013): National Gold Medal, Best in Grade Award and Ovation Film & Animation Award. The episodes are presented here with the permission of the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers.


 

JK Rowling and the Precarious Publishers (2013)

“Precarious Publishers” takes you on the thrilling journey of a  budding author and her new manuscript, through perilous perils and disasterous denials. Join JK on this miraculous voyage into the world of publishing, where, like the world of magic, not everything is as it seems…

JK Rowling & the Precarious Publishers received recognition in The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards (2014): it received a Regional Gold Key. The film is presented here with the permission of the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers.


 

I Find You – A Zenmaster Animated Music Video (2013)

An animated music video for an awesome song by a talented musician and a great friend of mine, here’s a shout-out to Zen Anton!

I Find You – A Zenmaster Animated Music Video received recognition in The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards (2014): it received a Regional Gold Key. The film is presented here with the permission of the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers.


 

Scream and Run Away – A Gothic Archies Animated Music Video (2012)
My animated take on “Scream and Run Away,” by the Gothic Archies. The song is based off of A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket. Enjoy.


 

Extreme Inanimate Objects (2012)

They have something to say about this.


 

Mystery Box (2010)

Quote Description from a ten-year-old Leo Lion:

“The most mysterious animation ever! What? Where? When? Which? Who? Why? How? You don’t know know. I don’t know. Nobody knows. But you can always guess. Comment and write what you think this animation means.”