Magic Cat Academy

In 2016 I was tasked with the creation of the story, animation, and gameplay concept of the game! Let's go on a journey with a selection of work...

Demo Reel

The Cat Cafe

A girl visits a cat cafe and orders a cat latte. (click on images to enlarge!)

Kissfist! ASL Stickers for Google Keyboard

I collaborated with illustrator/comedian Jessica Flores and the Google Sticker team to create a 24 sticker set based based on American Sign Language! Now available through the Google Keyboard app.

Mega Man 30th Anniversary Illustration Set

A series of illustrations counting down to the 30th anniversary of the Megaman game series, which greatly influenced my decision to become an animator. 

Excluding the first and last piece, each illustration is based on the ending of a main title classic game, starting from 10 to 1.

Animated Sketch Book

Little animations I've made during downtime. More can be found right here!

Wanna play the Pocky game?

Inktober 2017

For this year's Inktober challenge, I focused on learning how to use acrylic ink, and decided to combine two of my favorite franchises together! 

Click on the first image to pull up a slideshow format.

Google Doodles 2017

40th Anniversary of the film Office Romance

Magic Cat Academy - Storyboards

Below are some storyboard variations for the opening and ending cinematics of the 2016 Halloween Google Doodle game! Click on the images to enlarge them.

To see more of my concept art and animation work for this game, take a look at this post!


The original motivation for the player was to get your stolen hat back and save your school!
 (The fire turned out to be a bit much.)

Finally, we settled on getting your book back (as well as stopping the rampaging ghosts). To save on file size and to be more efficient, I changed the intro to take place in one shot! No more camera panning. 

(Pt. 1)

We also aimed to place the tutorial within the intro. A "tutorial" backdrop would fall down to indicate you were in tutorial mode! We ended up moving it to right before the first level to not disrupt the flow. 
(Pt. 2)

Ending, resulting in the final score screen for the players. Black bars would appear so the player would know they were watching a cutscene.
(There was originally a gameplay feature where you could choose to rescue your friends, and depending on who you saved would affect who would appear in the ending.)


Here's a different story concept: protect the trick-or-treaters! 
(Pt. 1)

(Pt. 2)
(Pt. 3)

Google Doodles 2016

Phoebe Snetsinger's 85th Birthday


A man and a dog struggle with the command, "stay."
MICA junior film. Music by Olafur Arnalds. I do not claim any credit for the music.

Below are some work-in-progress gifs!

Mega Man

A collection of Megaman fan art! Mostly doodles.
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