This film created in my "Film-Digital-Film" (35MM Class) at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, is a cameraless animation, hand-made directly on a variety of different types of 35mm film-stock using a wide range of techniques.
The film was then professionally transferred to a digital format at Magno/Lab Link in NYC, and edited to the chosen music by Eric Rusiski.
The film hi-lites the organic qualities of film as an analog medium and was featured in the 2006 Philadelphia International Film Festival.
Music: "Summer" from "The Four Seasons" by Vivaldi.
1958 | Croton-on-Hudson·NY, USA
An animation artist with a history in photographic and optical special effects that has worked with many of NYC’s most prominent production houses, my film and TV credits include: “Pee Wee’s Playhouse”, Peter Gabriel’s “Big Time” music video, Paramount Picture’s “Star Trek V”, Bill Morrison’s “Decasia” and Zbigniew Rybczynski’s “The 4th Dimension”.
In 1992 I founded my own animation/effects company, Interface Arts.
Currently I am working as a media arts professor at Pratt Institute and The University of the Arts teaching film and animation courses while also creating my own independent animation, documentary, and experimental films.
Lives in Brooklyn·NY, USA. +info