Interview with Gino Imagino

June 14, 2017Interview

I recently had the opportunity to get in touch with the amazing Ecuadorian Animator and Artist Gino Imagino to talk about animation and his experience. Gino has achieved international recognition for his work and his most recent film, Mr. Blue Footed Booby, has been screened in numerous festivals including Annecy, Hiroshima, Fantoche, and Monstra. Mr. … Read More

Interview with Composer Oliver Getz Rodahl

September 9, 2016Interview

I sat down with composer and sound designer Oliver Getz Rodahl to talk about his practice and motivations. Oliver is a composer and sound designer based in Boston, MA, where he is working in the indie game scene. He has been a composer for hire since 2012. Oliver recently composed the entire score for my upcoming … Read More

Interview with Runaround Film

October 4, 2015Interview

I sat down with John-Erling Fredriksen to talk about his company, Runaround Film, as well as his work as Director of Photography (DOP). I used to be a 3D Animator for a VFX company in London a few years back and having some experience with cinematographers I inquired John-Erling about his views on the current situation … Read More

Oslo Open Part 2: Interview with Yola Maria Tsolis

September 21, 2015Interview

Fig. 1 Yola Maria Tsolis, Lost in Translation (2012) Textile, Print. This post is the following part of Oslo Open Part 1: Interview with Viel Bjerkeset Andersen. At the Oslo Open event I also had the pleasure to meet with Artist Yola Maria Tsolis who works with textile and photography(Oslo Open, 2015). Her inspiration in origami … Read More

Oslo Open Part 1: Interview with Viel Bjerkeset Andersen

September 12, 2015Interview

I had the pleasure to meet Norwegian Artist Viel Bjerkeset Andersen at the Open Oslo festival where practitioners all over the city open their studios for people to visit (Open Oslo, 2015). Bjerkeset Andersen’s work mainly deals with large urban spaces. Her vision blends naturally into the environment becoming an integral part of it. The shapes … Read More