I am a graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art, with a bachelor's in animation and visual effects. I have worked on various projects, from medical to architectural visualizations. The 3D animation industry seems to be evolving fast. People used to be content with the one or two art styles it was capable of. Now they seem to be pushing and pulling those limits to create new art styles. This is what gets me excited, I wish to push and pull the limits of what 3D animation can do and make my animations flow like Glen Keane does with his 2D animations.
•Creating educational content in 3D and compiling them with scripted voice overs.
•Recreating old content so the quality and style match the company’s current work.
CBS Leadership Pipeline Project: To The Letter (For School on Wheels)
•Animating scenes and addressing notes given by the director.
•Doing test animations to iron out the style for the film.
•Rigging Assets for Animation.
•Customizing character rigs according to the film requirements.
•Assisting with the storyboards.
•Organizing and maintaining the shared working drive.
•Rigging and Animation for Medical Visualization.
•Maintaining a coherent communication channel between the Management
and the Production Teams.
•Quality checks for Product and Architecture Visualizers.
•Managing the production team along with allocation of new projects and setting
up of tasks to help them improve their skills.
•Monthly Analysis of the Productivity and Performance of the Production Team.
Made the rig, and assisted in management, layout, lighting, rendering and 3D FX.
Modeled 3D Relief sculptures for 3D printing in Zrbush.
Improvised the use of a 3D scanner to be more effcient.
Modeled props for a knight.
Textured and shaded assets for two different architectural scenes.
Rigged two humanoid characters and an ant for posing and rendering.
Designed, researched and explored user interface for the character
selection scene of a mobile game.