Selected works from Summer 2011 Pixar Technical Undergraduate Internship:
1. Layout/Staging: Final project (2 weeks). Developed and storyboarded the sequence. Used Pixar’s proprietary software to stage and build the shots. Editing for final presentations was done in Final Cut Pro.
2. Group Project: Worked in a team with Jeff Gipson and Karl Li. We modeled/shaded/lit/rendered this scene in one week, building all the assets from scratch. I modeled the crates, chalk, and lantern in Maya. I used Slim to procedurally shade the crates, chalk, lantern, and telescope. I also was responsible for set dressing and layout for the sequence.
3. Lighting: Exercise in lighting from reference (1 week).
4. Effects: Exercise in procedural FX. I built and simulated the Ferris Wheel collapse in Pixar Proprietary software, and I used Houdini to procedurally generate the dust clouds.
Equipment rates are negotiable based on the project, timeline, and services required. Please email for more information.
Canon f/1.8 50mm prime
Canon f/1.8 85mm prime
Tokina f/2.8 11-16mm zoom
Rokinon f/1.5 24mm prime (cine style)
Rokinon f/1.4 35mm prime (cine style)
Rokinon f/3.1 14mm prime (cine style)
GoPro Hero 3 Black with Remote Control
Manfrotto 390 Tripod
Cobra Crane 1 Jib Arm
ePhoto DSLR Shoulder Rig
ePhoto Follow Focus
Zoom H4N Audio Recorder
Rode NTG-2 Shotgun Mic
2 Chinese Lanterns (with dimmers)
AC Kit (with Slate)
Final Cut Studio
Adobe Creative Suite
Fun freelance project for an upcoming Bar Mitzvah.