Here is a little series I made recently. I started with charcoal on paper and then added some digital coloring and layers to create some depth. This series is called “Angular Momentum”.
A physics term I still don’t fully understand (whoops) but to me represents the idea of keeping your momentum going despite a change in the angle of your path. Something I think we can all relate to, especially right now.
Here is the first episode in a mini-series I have been working on with my friend Justin Bench. The series is about Eugene Tssui and his influence and solutions on sustainable architecture. This series lies within the larger scope of our series Upside. The mission of Upside is to profile change-makers in sectors of energy, architecture and education that are providing us with real world solutions, not just overwhelming data, which so many documentaries seem to give us.