An Open Letter

An old, embarrassing project from a documentary class. The assignment was to create a personal documentary about yourself or a personal event. This is not a proper reflection of my current animation skills, and is only here for posterity's sake.


Getting Vulnerable with Animation

While I certainly do not identify with the animation quality itself in An Open Letter, and only vaguely the personal headspace it represents, the project served to help open me up to the idea of using animation to explore deep emotions and vulnerable moments. The project itself was inspired by the Rauch Brothers' work with StoryCorps, and John Canemaker's The Moon and the Son: An Imagined Conversation.