What it means to be on Team Canada: Giving back with my training

What it means to be on Team Canada: Giving back with my training

Posted on May 11, 2014 in Volunteering/Charity events

Sometimes the things we are passionate about consume our lives, at least I feel like I have been in that situation. It is good to take a step back to be grateful and look at the bigger picture. My experience on the women’s national kendo team I have competed as a member of the National […]

After Effects Tutorial: HUD display and mocha to track and label objects

After Effects Tutorial: HUD display and mocha to track and label objects

Hi all! If you can stand my rambling, check out my two newest tutorials! The first tutorial goes over how to make a heads-up display in After Effects. My second tutorial gives an overview of how quick and easy it is to implement mocha in After Effects to track the movement of an object and […]

Sketchfab: Embedding an interactive 3D viewer

Sketchfab: Embedding an interactive 3D viewer

Posted on Apr 17, 2014 in Autodesk Maya, Sketchfab, Tutorials, Workshop

Recently, I had the opportunity to present a workshop at the Biomedical Communication Academic Meeting(BAM@TO). At this meeting, all four accredited medical illustration graduate programs across North America gathered to share ideas and their work. Karyn Ho made this year’s conference especially special by re-branding the student exchange as a student run conference. I was […]

Judging the Peel Science Animation Festival

Judging the Peel Science Animation Festival

Posted on Mar 15, 2014 in Volunteering/Charity events

  I had the privilege of being a judge for the Peel Science Animation Contest. The entries were submitted by middle and secondary school students, it was great to see students communicating science through art! There were 22 entries in total and I was responsible for adjudicating the I-LEARN Challenge: Biology- Artificial selection process with […]