Pushing Light

That’s the name of my article in Computer Graphics World, April 2007 Edition – yes, I’m now a published writer too. See page 8 for the beginning of the article, “Pushing Light”. From the award winning team that launched the careers of The Dog Whisperer and The Incredible Dr. Pol,…

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LASIK!!

One of my fondest wishes has finally come true: I’ve gotten my eyes repaired! I had my LASIK surgeries (one eye at a time) by Dr. Peter J. Cornell on July 28th and 29th (we celebrated my son Charlie’s birthday two days early because his cousins and grandparents from my…

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I Got Rhythm

After having interviewed at a number of places within the last three weeks, I’ve accepted a position at Rhythm & Hues, a major studio here in Marina Del Rey, California. So far, they’ve treated me like visiting royalty. What a great place to work!I’ve also agreed to speak at this…

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Done with Galactica

I’ve recently finished a short contract doing preproduction work on SciFi Channel’s new “Battlestar Galactica” mini-series, and now I’m working on some web development with PHP and MySQL, some Lightwave animation for a car commercial and an OpenGL game demo. Man, when it rains it pours free ms project alternative.…

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Galactica!

This month I’ve won Artist of the Month at 3D Gladiators for some 2D work I did. Also, I’ve just been hired to do preproduction work on Battlestar Galactica by a small company in Pasadena called Cinema Pacific. It’s a lot of fun, and very challenging and demanding Full Report.…

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nGene

The nGENE Here’s the source code and compiled binaries for my little OpenGL engine, which I have named the “nGene” after a suggestion by a coworker. It’s a little odd as engines go in that it loads Lightwave 6.x (or greater) scene and model files and renders them, and then…

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