“15 Minutes of Fame”

I present the first in depth work I created for Dance Film I with Mitchell Rose. “15 Minutes of Fame” explores the humanity that is often shrouded and hidden by media attention, and mainly its destruction of individuality and depth. This work is based on Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Diptych. I’d like to thank the wonderful…

Composition II: A Reflection

Composition is a difficult class to take for everyone. For people that hate to create movement, it’s a constant struggle and negotiation with oneself, the assignment, and the teacher. For the people that love to generate work, it can become plain frustrating. I identify as the latter. Nevertheless, one has to learn to take the…

An Exercise in Vulnerability

Some moderately pretentious musings as I found myself having a bit of an emotional connection to this shoot: I believe that below the surface level of the reality we perceive exists hundreds of thousands of energies. These energies course through us, no mater who we are or how in touch with them we are, and…

Portraiture in Motion

In Composition I with Daniel Roberts we have been studying the application of fine art into motion with a focus on abstract works, sculptures, and portraits. After many group and individual studies in class, our work culminated into solo pieces based on the work of our choice which we chose form the Columbus Museum of…

A Place Like This: Documentary Analysis

A Place Like This is an artful and beautifully simplistic telling of one old man’s past traumas while utilizing vibrant, peaceful visuals of his present garden. The composition itself lends to a somber nature, as if the storm has passed and the calm as settled in. Various elements of the film are used to create…