LIKE A SHADOW

My films have their own style. It’s somewhat distinct and it slowly evolves from film to film but when I look at all the stop motion being done out there it seems like there’s very little that looks like what I’m doing. I’m not saying it’s better, far from it; it’s just something I’ve noticed. This particular look is not something I planned. In fact, at times I’ve consciously tried to move in a different direction but every time I start sculpting my brain steers me back down this road. Muscle memory. One of the best things about short films is the opportunity to reinvent yourself with each project and while I may be jumping genres every two years, I cannot deny that a visual stamp follows me wherever I go.

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