This is one of my first attempts at claymation. I recently got a new camera and I'm working my way through the settings.
This shot was just one on her walk across the set, but (as imperfect as it is) I was really surprised and excited how well the minimal set worked.
Clay can have a way of looking like clay, but with this short depth of field and backlighting, the scene somehow feels more real and more emotional.
Ah, the flawless, snowy youth—hermetically sealed and adored by mid-century forest creatures.
With one bite of the apple she slept—but her dream of designing your website was on hold.
I love Lake Superior because, hands-down, it has the very best ROCKS and the very best lighting at sunset.
When my newfie pup, Mona, was in surgery at Tufts, I wandered around the premises for a few hours and I found this amazing horsehair bird nest.