Resonance is an animated short film about environmental storytelling and atmosphere. It explores how we remember a place versus how it is perceived differently with time. Therefore the narrative of the film is non-chronologic. The visuals show architectural ruins of a world that was driven by the fires and smoke of industry and the prestige of displaying technological advancements. The design and ornaments of this world imitates nature but as an industrial replacement it remains barren. As this corrupted world is left abandoned, natural elements transform the desolate environment with violence. Out of these ashes, nature slowly takes root again and reverses a world of glass and steel. The remains of this world are part of nature, merging the imitation of nature with actual nature.
I am an artist interested in animating environments. By drawing from my background in urban design and animation I bring environments to life with special effects and atmosphere. With a passion for immersing myself in the exploration of different worlds through research and creating, I love worldbuilding. As an environmental artist my workflow combines 2D and 3D art and animation, creating modern digital work that resembles analogue work. I love drawing, so I can quickly sketch many ideas and concepts and I tend to combine visual and theoretical research to create unique concepts that have a fine balance between art and science.