1. Goodbye Moon


  2. Growing Up


  3. Noticed


  4. Memory’s Skeleton


  5. Take your suffering, and find your own light.

    The following film tells the story of a girl with an addiction to self-harm, and the way that she falsely perceives a way out of her suffering, through entering an alternate world.

    Starring Miranda Kaplan, Sarah Achenbach and the voice of Bill McAllen.

    Lighting by Charlie Knott and Natalie Miller

    Cinematography, Editing and Special Effects by Charlie Knott

    Screenplay by Charlie Knott and Katelyn Shanklin

    Original Score by Hannah DeWitt

    Special Thanks to Khalid Ali, for helping to see this project through to the end.


  6. Phoenix

    Slow shutter-speed photography of fire, in the shape of a bird.


  7. photographyfox:

    Redoing some oldies

    Fall, 2013

  8. Eruption


  9. Spirits Series


  10. Drifting Series


  11. Concept art for Mary Poppins

    My favorite live-action Disney film. Fun fact about this film is that the scene with the tap-dancing penguins was one of the first times the film industry had added “VFX,” or special effects integration with footage. The creativity behind this film and the execution of the final image as a whole added to its level of technical ingenuity. To that note, concept art and storyboards, though created as a form of drafting a visual idea for film, always seem to mirror the final image in light and mood. These listed above are no exception, and the expression found in them is brilliant.

    (Source: mickeyandcompany, via theausterevolunteer)

  12. National Batman League

    I did this just cause caped-crusader-ing and masked vigilante-ing needs its own official sport.

    I made the design reminiscent of company logos such as the NFL, NHL and such. The idea is the silhouette resembling the so-called player of the sport. Because every person in their right mind would show up in a Batsuit to practice.

    "It’s the sport Gotham deserves, but not the one it needs right now."


  13. Lost In Peace


  14. Splish Splash

    pastel in sketchbook


  15. New charcoal drawing