Wednesday, August 19, 2015

The #DisneyPinADay Project

A couple weeks ago I decided to start a projected called Disney Pin A Day or #DisneyPinADay in cool speak. It was a way for me to force myself to make more art and get practice in while having an excuse to do a lot of Disney designs which is one of my favorite things. (psst...Disney Design Group call me!) Here are the pins from week 1! Week 2 is currently in progress based on requests I received. I'll update with those soon!

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Friday, June 26, 2015

Love Wins!

I can't think of a better day than 6-26 for gay marriage to finally become legal in all 50 states. Love wins! 

Saturday, November 1, 2014

Trick-Or-Treat Poster

Continuing my sort-of-series of Disney short posters is this one I created for Trick-Or-Treat, one of my favorite Disney Halloween shorts. I remember watching this one all the time as a kid so I've always wanted to create some sort of tribute to it. Also Donald is a huge jerk in it. Also who gives out candy canes for Halloween? This guy apparently.

Sunday, September 7, 2014

Trolley Troubles Poster

September 5th was the anniversary of Oswald's first short "Trolley Troubles", which I believe is 87 years old now! I started this project a couple years ago but never got past some initial concept sketches. I came across it last week and figured it was a perfect opportunity to finally finish it for the anniversary!

Wednesday, August 20, 2014


Here's a project I had the pleasure of working on at SolidLine Media. This was a video that played before AHRMM's member conference in Orlando, FL earlier this month. It's about using your imagination to make your boring adult life cool again! I animated the first two minutes of this (after the countdown) (and not the rocket ship).  

Robin Williams

Here's a tribute I made to Robin Williams. I loved all of his films growing up but Flubber was one that stuck with me for some reason. Some called it a flop...alright, pretty much EVERYONE called it a flop, but I loved it. Maybe because I was like 8 when it came out. But I remember being in awe at the flying car scene and absolutely loving Weebo so that's kinda how I got to this. 

Wednesday, August 6, 2014