MFA in Digital Animation and Interactive Media Thesis
Diversa is a visual exploration of distinct modes of hyperreal imagery and motion graphics as a way of expressing that reality is experienced differently by every individual. Borrowing influences from philosophy and contemporary cinema to develop a unique amalgamated visual style, the film’s design process combines 2D motion graphic techniques with 3D animation to correspond with a narration constructed from opinions of everyday people.
The thesis film is accompanied by a publication which details the research, reason for making, and the process of creation of
September 2013 - July 2014
Maya, After Effects, Premiere, Audio Editing, Illustrator, Photoshop, Mudbox, Digital Film