I am a sophomore animation major from Denver, Colorado, with minors in computer science and graphic design. This year, I am one of the production designers for Fuse. I specifically developed the primary and secondary logos and the T-shirts. I am also the art lead for The Last Charade.
Beyond animation, I work in the IT department and on Tech Crew at Bradley. Recently, one of my animations won a national contest with Poster House and the Library of Congress and was displayed in the Poster House Museum on 23rd Street in New York City. Outside of Bradley, I spend my time watching TV, buying salads I won’t eat, and wandering around Walmart at 4:00 am.
After graduation, I plan on either venturing into the world of visual effects or motion graphics. But regardless, I will always be living the dream, surviving the nightmare!
I was one of twenty winners for the Poster House + Library of Congress animation contest. Animators were required to enhance the poster without changing any of the artwork. My piece was displayed at the Poster House Museum on 23rd Street in New York City.
The Man, the Moth, the Legend
With a team of five others, I participated in the 12-to-12 Animation Challenge, a 24-hour animation challenge held by Bradley University. The theme this year was bravery, and Brett Wriley, AKA Mothman, was the star of our video!