An animation exploring the edge of beauty, discomfort, and what constitute the camp aesthetic.
DANCE: NIGHT LIGHT
This is a video project capturing the night light in Boston in 33 seconds. For very self-serving purposes, I want to document my time in Boston and its unique beauty to me-- night light dancing to the rhythm of the city. It is black and white and soundless so the viewers can focus mostly on form and movement.
A remix project featuring two random elements on my mind at the moment, a charcuterie board and 80’s New Wave music. The remake of Sweet Dreams music video dramatizes the making of a charcuterie board to be combined with a campy and melodramatic 80’s effect. Through recontexualizing the two concepts, I am slowly building my methodology by using chance and play. I had a lot of fun making this, I hope it makes you laugh too.
WHERE DID THE KIDS GO?
A project featuring phenomenal movement, using beautiful footage and subvert it to something unsettling. This project challenges me to think of the power of editing and different ways of seeing. Modeling and participation credit goes to David Hummel.