Our class was asked to create a short demo of our submission to next years title sequence for our 10th annual student led event, Comotion.


For the 10th annual Comotion, Lauren Kittle and I teamed up to showcase the years of excellence and growth our major has accomplished. We thought the best way to visualize this was through precious stones and their ornate structure. Also known as “lattice”, the natural growth of these minerals involves years of structural growth from a single compound into the exquisite structures we are most familiar with. Our department has made incredible progress from where we started. If it wasn’t for our hardworking students, amazing professors, and all around love for motion media, Comotion would not be where it is today. We hope to show that very beauty through our piece. 

Music - Luquid memories by float