Sunday, March 27, 2016

A little about me:

I am an animator, media relations specialist, film editor, and............................. librarian!

Currently I am the Director of Media Relations and Communications at at Webb Institute, a prestigious tuition-free college that specializes in marine engineering and architecture.

I created this department from the ground up, and took Webb Institute to the next level by increasing Webb Institute’s exposure through press releases, social media, alumni newsletters, e-blasts, and managing the complete redesign and overhaul of the new college website. Due to the nature of this department, there is much collaboration and team-work between departments.

I graduated from The School of Visual Arts with honors and received my Masters in Library Science and Archives and Preservation Certificate at Queens College.

Before my time at Webb Institute, I was a supervisor and project manager at Pympton Studios (aka Plymptoon) for seven years. I was responsible for training and supervision of employees for the award-winning feature film, Idiots and Angles, and worked on numerous feature films, commercials, and music videos in a number of different roles including producer, digital colorist, editor, and compositor. My entire filmography will be available soon. Many of these films screened at Sundance, Tribeca Film Festival, and the Annecy Animation Festival (France). Clients of Plympton Studio include: Nickelodeon, The History Channel, Weird Al Yankovic, Kanye West, Warner Brothers, and Atom films.

I have worked freelance at other animation studios that include; World Leaders Entertainment, Stretch Films, and DMA Animation Studio.

Friday, May 29, 2009

"All Day Play" NOW AVAILABLE!

The childrens book I illustrated, "All Day Play" by Kenn Galati, is finally available online. Only $10 a copy at: ComiXpress


Thursday, February 19, 2009

Global Warming film in Argentina EXPOtoons!

"A Traveler's Guide to Global Warming" by me and Lisa Labracio was in the Argentinean film festival called EXPOtoons!