Since there’s still no new page for Branch – sorry – I figured I’d offer some evidence as to where my time’s been going by posting my new website.
Basically it’s a more tidy place I can direct folks to when a concise portfolio or CV is required rather than my rambling heavy blog, while it also shows some of my film and animation work for anyone who’s interested. It’s a little daunting given that much of this material has never seen the light of the web before and for every moment I’m proud of I find myself nitpicking at all the other faults that have become apparent over the years. As ever I really am my own worst critic.
Still, with the MA drawing to a close it seems increasingly important that I establish myself professionally in some way, offering a suitably professional image rather than just my current ramshackle setup; my wordpress and its charming informality won’t be going anywhere but this way I can please both sides without having to compromise.
For anyone wanting to take a closer look at the site to praise/laugh at/shun me, you can access it by clicking here or going through my main links page and hey, let me know what you think!
Nice site! You were able to do much better with moonfruit than I could! And hate to be that guy but watch out, you’ve got a typo on the first page, you wrote “paying” instead of “playing” in the last sentence.
I have enjoyed your film/animation work, especially Sincere Fiction and Birth of Ink. The Woman with No Mouth also was particuliarly interesting, beeing somewhat creepy and endearing at the same time.
Took a while to get my head around some of it – I’m no web designer – but I got there in the end! Cheers for the headsup on the typo, dunno how that one slipped through… fixed… ¬_¬
Also, thanks for watching my backlog! I tend to only think of all mistakes made when I see those pieces now, so to hear that someone enjoyed them at all is heartening :) It’s probably worth a mention that Woman with No Mouth was more my sister’s creation than mine, I just did animation leg work; still I was always rather pleased how it turned out!