(2011) Group project for Grade 12 Visual Arts class. Keyword was "Tension".
My roles include: storyboarding, much of the camera handling, and all of the editing.
(2011) Independent final project for Grade 12 Visual Arts class. The artist I chose was Doug Aitken, an innovative contemporary artist known for his fine art and video installations. This piece was mainly inspired by his video installations "Electric Earth" (1999) and "Sleepwalkers" (2007). This triptych video installation is meant to be projected on to three separate screens and played at the same time. It tells the story of a day of three different individuals through only the actions of their hands. Throughout the day the three stories collide at times and the three separate videos the viewers are seeing become intertwined into one.
Is It Worth It?
(2010) Group video project shot with one partner, it was an entry for the Workplace Safety Insurance Board (WSIB) video competition to advocate safe workplace conditions.
My roles include: acting, staging, and mostly editing.
Don't Close Your Eyes
(2011) This is an edited version of the original video under the request of The Singapore Youth Olympic Games Organising Committee (SYOGOC) to adhere to the environmental messages of the 2010 Singapore Youth Olympic Games. This video was shown in the Olympic Village during the Games.
The original video won the "Do Your Part" National Video Contest hosted by the Vancouver Organising Committee of the 2012 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games (VANOC), the Government of Canada, and Panasonic.
(2009) Group final project for Grade 10 Communications Technology class. We were to storyboard, shoot, produce, and edit a music video for a pre-existing song of our choice.
My roles include: storyboarding, acting, staging, camerawork, and all of the editing.