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I am currently a student at Emily Carr University entering 3rd Year animation in their Bachelors of Digital Media degree. Most of my work consists of assignments from school, but I also have a few side projects that I try to do on my own.
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Most animation students have their favourite cartoons or TV shows from their childhood that sparked their admiration for animation but for me it's a few other things.

First and foremost, music is my greatest passion in life, second only to my own artistic practice.
This comprises of mostly hip-hop & R&B, but real… Read More
Most animation students have their favourite cartoons or TV shows from their childhood that sparked their admiration for animation but for me it's a few other things.

First and foremost, music is my greatest passion in life, second only to my own artistic practice.
This comprises of mostly hip-hop & R&B, but really it reaches out to nearly every genre as there are just songs that I like regardless of the style in which it sounds.
But the rhythm of music and the emotion of melodies are what keep me going and inspired to make the work that I do. I consider being able to translate any emotion of music into a visual form an amazing accomplishment.

Second, the people in my life are my inspiration. Not naming names, but some friends and family are very influential to me in the hard work that I see them do. So, I do everything I can to work just as hard, if not, more than they do.

Third, what keeps me going in animation is the strong influence that sports have on me. I am inspired by the aspect of movement and the particularities of how the human body moves in order to achieve the feeling of victory that an athlete strives excruciatingly hard for. Every single movement, from the position of the feet, the angle of the torso, to the tilt of the head, plays a key part in an athlete's performance in a game and could easily be the difference between winning or losing. Going through this thought process from the years I spent running track, playing volleyball, basketball and football, I feel like I go through those same movements over again as I animate a character or object moving through space. Any single off-frame could possibly mean the difference between a successful movement or one that fails. Read Less
Member Since: Dec 23, 2011