Thursday, November 10, 2011

My son's first Halloween

Went out for tricks & treats with Princess Tiana and Puppy. Our little lion fell asleep.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Greetings From Wisconsin

Just returned from a delightful trip visiting family in Wisconsin. I loved seeing these bird houses along the perimeter of corn fields. Happy Autumn everyone!

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Scenes from Western Massachusetts

Sketchbook scenes from our trip back east. The oxbow view from Mt. Holyoke, a Victorian along highway 5, and a stand of birch trees.

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Illustration Friday: The Knave of Hearts learns a lesson

I've been reading nursery rhymes to my son and I remembered liking this rhyme when I was young. I felt horrible about the Knave being "beaten," so I decided to have the Queen share her tarts at the end. Lesson learned! Enjoy!

Friday, April 1, 2011

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

LA Natural History Museum

Visited the Natural History Museum on Saturday. I haven't been there since I went with Glenn Vilppu's class. The mammal hall exhibit and whale exhibit are beautiful. This is a cheetah skeleton posed in a run. Hope to return very soon!

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Elephant painting elephants

A few years ago, my parents went to Thailand. One of their favorite experiences was watching
an elephant paint.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Animal Paintings for the Nursery

Here are a couple of paintings for baby J's room.
More zoo animals to come!

Bacon Wrapped Date

Congrats to Jin & Dave on their first Valentine's Day as a married couple! Stay tuned foodies, they've made a beautiful film together, written & produced by Dave Ngo and directed by Jin Yoo Kim. I had the privilege of designing and animating their title seqence. Here's a still image from the short film "Bacon Wrapped Date."

Warrior Queen Animated Titles

My friend & director Hezekiah Lewis posted his beautifully crafted thesis "Warrior Queen," online. I designed and animated the title credits, my husband Bill did the amazing compositing. The designs are inspired by Ghanaian wood carvings. Please visit the link for the full film:
When watching the animated title sequence, it's probably best to view it small. When it's enlarged on the screen, the image gets all pixely--and that's not how we intend for you to watch it. Enjoy!