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a stiched video of a day in my hometown. over 3000 pictures strung together: this is the city of quito, in its intense beauty.

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2010 demo reel, a combination of analog and digital techniques including stopmotion, digital modeling, live vjing, and randomized signal processing

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a collaboration with Heidi Sabertooth for her 100 milkteeth project: a song a day for 100 days, and videos to go with them, you can check her out here: http://www.heidisabertooth.com/100milkteeth.cfm

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Collaboration with the mysterious adaledge, electronic musician and composer based in NYC, check out his new release:

http://www.adaledge.com/

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Complicator is the first of a series of large scale stop motion animations i did in 2009-10 Made with 100% black masking tape, Complicator measured around 15 square feet at its apex and was done in a total of 13 hours.

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Mothership is the second large scale masking tape animation of the series. completed with the help of Nico Lofredo, my brother, and Abel Raola, a sort of brother from another mother.  Mothership is a symbol of modern civilization, its apetite for destruction, and its seemingly eternal campout on the brink of apocalypse. Mothership was shown a SUFF, SENE, and Somgdance film festivals, in Sydney, Australia, Providence, Rhode Island, and Los Angeles, respectively.

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Aethyr or What? is a collaboration with long time friend, and incredible music producer and noise creator, Cullen Miller. The video is the third large scale masking tape animation, and consisted of a massive modular synthesizer/ psychotronic groove machine. Unlike its predecessors, Aethyr or what does not include the process of destruction in the narrative of the video, hence the masking tape mural was left up and is still on display at “la casa de las tias” in Quito, Ecuador. For more of Cullen Miller’s music and art go here: pointlinesurface.com.

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One and two, are the second series of animated murals. They were created with the intent of bringing large murals to life, with movement incorporated into their design. One, and two were made in collaboration with Jeff Hunter, an abstract painter based in Arcata, California, and were turned into music videos with the help of Andrew Juarez and Cullen Miller. They are quite colorful, low fidelity explorations, and they bubble with an intense creativity.