I've made a ton of animated content since starting in second grade, but here's a collection of some of my more recent projects in the medium!


This is the chess-boxing match of the century (with literally no "chess" at all)!

Popular YouTubers ItsAlexClark (Alex) and TheOdd1sOut (James) asked me to animate their Chessboxing match. So I did.


My thesis film to graduate from the John C. Hench Division of Animation & Digital Arts, Fluffball & Mimi follows the eponymous characters as they venture to save a starship from a malevolent AI.

It's basically Hamlet. With cats. And lasers.


I have told stories starring these characters since I was in elementary school. What better way to honor this duo than to make them the star of my thesis film(s)?


A series of music videos created as both standalone narratives and as segments of a cohesive whole (to be screened in a "live show" setting) for Melbourne-based singer/songwriter Cailah Ashlee (CAS).

Entirely depicted in grayscale, the music videos follow a singular protagonist, Clementine, as she struggles through both external and internal conflicts that threaten her sanity. The animation leans heavily on a shaky, hand-drawn style that reflects the emotional battles suffered by our hero.


I frequently create one-off animated shorts either for school projects or just for fun, typically ranging between 2-10 minutes in length.

These short films span the gambit of animation techniques and styles, and may be traditionally animated, vector animated, or computer generated. These also include replications of existing styles, such as faithful adaptations of The Powerpuff Girls and My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, as well as tongue-in-cheek parodies of Japanese anime and cutesy television commercials.



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