Professional Work


Below you will find my most recent demo reel, as well as still images from projects that I have worked on. The projects are arranged in reverse chronological order (most recent first).

Clicking on a thumbnail will take you to a page with a little bit of information about my role on that project as well as some stills and clips.

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    Lightyear

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    Finding Dory

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    Soul

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    Monsters University

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    Toy Story 3

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    Disney Affordability TV Spots

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    Disney Midway Mania TV Spot

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    Niquitin TV Spots

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    Excel Gum TV Spot

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    Saab 93 TV Spot

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    Live Free or Die Hard

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    The Last Mimzy

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    Pirates of the Caribbean 2: Dead Man's Chest

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    Ruby Tuesday TV Spot

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    The Host (Korean)

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    Aeon Flux

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    Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

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    Sin City

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    Motorola TV Spot

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    Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow

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    The Day After Tomorrow

Fun Bonus - My Old Demo Reels!
Demo Reels c. 2008

These are the reels that I used to get my job at Pixar Animation Studios. I decided to split my work into three reels, since they each represented a fairly different type of work. The film reel represented working in a large group, on a smaller portion of the film, or in a leadership role over a section of the work. The commercials represent faster-paced work, done in a smaller group, and in many cases I also supervised the technical aspects of the project. The modeling reel is just straight-up modeling work: turntables and wireframes.
Demo Reel c. 2003

This is the reel that I used to get my first job in the film industry, at a VFX company called The Orphanage.
Demo Reel c. 2000

This is the reel that I used to get my first job out of school. It shows my CG work, video work, film work and is generally MUCH too long. It makes me cringe now, but it was my foot in the door, and it was what I needed to get a job doing what I went to school for.
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