My graduation film for the classical animation program at Vancouver Film School


So a buddy of mine, Ignacio, just created this MASTER-MOTION-PIECE for his final grad project at school.

Definitely worth a watch and HEY if you like it, give it a vote!


Certainty Condition is a very impressive time, space and physics-bending first person puzzle game where you explore a strange mansion, solving inventive puzzles that reward lateral thinking.

Developed by three students at the Vancouver Film SchoolCertainty Condition plays with perspectives and scaling of objects to create a game that not only challenges your grey matter, but also looks fantastic.  Allthough the laws of physics are routinely broken throughout the game, there’s a prevailing logic which makes sense in its own kind of way - such as allowing you to rotate a whole room to reach something that’s on the ceiling.

Available to play in Oculus Rift or on a standard screenCertainty Condition is a triumph of game design, offering up great visuals and some particualrly mind-bending puzzles.  You don’t know anything for certain in Certainty Condition.

Play Certainty Condition, Free


A student animated film by Sarah Jolley from the Vancouver Film School. It’s a fun little clip that parodies silent film and Buster Keaton. It’s a lot of fun!

Busy Week


It’s been a kind of hectic week, AND I’ve been stricken with some sort of Vancouver “cold” that as made keeping my nose from running like a faucet a bit of a chore. Oh well, I survived. :P

Anyhow, here are a couple of pictures I drew this week. The first is from a Composition assignment where we had to use the “Golden Ratio” to layout the drawing. So I used a couple of sassy jewel thieves flipping off “the man” as they make away with his loot. So, if you know what the Golden Ratio is and how to use it, let me know if I did a good job or not. :P

The second drawing is for a Character Design assignment where we had to draw both a two-legged and a four-legged character for use in one of our Animation assignments next term. I used “teh Guy” I’ve been drawing off and on for a few years now, because I’ve always wanted to see what he would look like animated. I gave him a golden retriever named “Petey” because that just seemed to fit. :)

Also, TERM 1 IS OVER!!! I’ve been at this for 2 whole months! Holy CRAP! :D

I got into Vancouver Film School. I have to decide by tomorrow morning if I’m going to go.

I just have to keep reminding myself that this is decision is not, “Do I want to work in the television industry?” but “Do I want to invest a year and a huge amount of money and a big move into finding out if I want to work in the television industry?”

And I think the answer is yes.


-“O, I am Slain”

This is one of the final projects I worked on as an Art Director in Film School!!!!!!! Hope you enjoy it! ;)