In my work I combine motifs of fantasy and surrealism. I enjoy creating worlds and characters that range from black & white and abundant in detail and texture, to colourful, flat and iconic.
During the master programme I sharpened my illustration and 2D animation skills and continued my search for an identifiable visual signature that conveys a clear message in the best way. I also acquired skills in managing projects on a larger scale through collaborating with fellow students and colleagues. I equally enjoy working independently and as a team on diverse projects that always require a unique and specific approach.
Before starting the master’s programme at AKV|St.Joost, I graduated from a 4-year programme at the Department of Interactive Media at the Avni Institute of Art and Design in Tel Aviv, with a focus on Animation. Throughout the recent years I’ve participated in several group exhibitions and done commissioned work for various clients.
Storytelling structure in short, surrealistic animated films. In my research I explored how the classic structure of a story fits into five different study cases. I chose to use Joseph Campbell's storytelling methods and the following study cases:
The research aligned with my own quest for a story for the short film I had worked on as the graduation project, and was used as a tool to reflect upon my own process.