Thumbnails! Who doesn't love 'em? Here's a few I did for Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum, and some extras.
For the Harvey Milk episode. A lot more shots have been added since, but this is where I started before arranging them into the timeline and adding scratch audio.
For the Abraham Lincoln episode. This episode got a very good response from the clients. Very happy with this sequence; it called for a lot of emotional acting. The leica for this sequence can be found on my Storyboard page.
Whitespace thumbnails for the James Naismith episode. I experimented with a number of dynamic shots on this one. I really like the GoPro-like POV shot of the ball heading to the basket.
Whitespace thumbnails for Sir Edmund Hillary. Shots in this sequence eventually got cut because we were over by 3 mins, but the clients LOVED this one when they first saw it. The leica for this sequence can be found on my Storyboard page.
An exercise I gave myself while I had some downtime at: draw some shots with a rock and ugh... add some ants while I'm at it.
This is an old set from when I was just starting to apply for revisionist gigs. I didn't yet have full sequences under my belt, so I drew this. I'm still very proud of this one.