"Have You Seen My Sister Evelyn"
© 2010 by Evelyn Evelyn
Produced by Amanda Palmer & Jason Webley
Director: Hoku Uchiyama - hokuuchiyama.com
Produced by: Erich Lochner, Matt Miller, and Adam Bolt
Lead Animator: Adam Bolt
Executive Producers: Jason Webley & Amanda Palmer
Director of Photography: Adam David Meltzer
Evelyn Evelyn played by: Lexi Ibrahim & Nikki Ibrahim
Composite Work: Travis Gorman & Michael Scott
Additional Composite Work: Caleb Clark & Geronimo Moralez
Skeleton-Dance Animator: Julian Birchman
Additional Animation: David Johnston
Character Design: Adam Bolt
Additional Character Design: Odessa Sawyer
Wardrobe Designer: Jessica Huang
Production Design: David A. Novak
1st Assistant Camera: Louis Normandin
Gaffer/Dolly Grip: Rex Kinney
Sound Design: Mike Weinstein
VFX Consultants: Dan Blank & Arvin Bautista
Hair & Makeup: Stephanie Bravo
Skeleton-Dance Performance & Choreography: Shaheed Qaasim & Joanna Meinl
Production Manager: Sky Prendergast
Melissa Malandrakis, Steven Ritz-Barr, Daniela Meltzer, Robert Snyder, Brie Ford, Sanghee Oh, Scott Jones, Kent & Ruth Uchiyama, Mahea Uchiyama, Kevin Farey, and Karen Criswell
Video ©2011 Eleven Records
A Vanishing Angle Production - vanishingangle.com
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In the recent issue of Making A Difference Magazine published by the Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities (GCDD) they discussed the benefits of eating fresh food as compared to canned or processed and the problems with accessibility to those foods for the people living in our communities with disabilities. Their budget it quite small so this is just a quick little cartoon but I think it gets the idea across in a fun way.
Recently wrapped up the new Annual Guide for the Atlanta Lyric Theatre promoting all the shows in their upcoming season. Be sure to take a look - they’ve got some good stuff coming. And also let me know what you think of the design! :)
In case any of you missed all the promotional graphics I created for the Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus “Red, White & You!” concert I’ve created a little blog post here so you can see them. Kind of interesting to see how they were adapted to fit different media and specs. Let me know what you think!
Just wanted to share this recent project I posted to my website. This is probably one of my most favorite pieces I’ve done recently. I’dl love to hear what you think!