1) OSO is simply an amazing and important organization.
2) I did the scientific illustrations on the board in front of the desk and had no idea they were still in use! So proud to see my work is still a part of OSOs mission!
O'Neill Sea Odyssey Our first class of the season brought us a fantastic plankton sample right outside the San Lorenzo river mouth. Students of Bradley Elementary School from Watsonville and Program Manager/Marine Bio instructor Laura Walker identified at least a dozen species of plankton in six drops of water! 🎥: @kailacoconut #oneillseaodyssey #plankton #experientialeducation ... See MoreSee Less
I've had some of my most satisfying experiences with props making paper items... police reports, medical reports, work IDs, legal files, books, newspaper clippings (fun fact, I integrated old photos of my grandfather into some of the articles), old family photos...
My favorite was probably a box of vintage postcards used in Fat Rose and Squeaky [www.imdb.com/title/tt0476992/]. I researched which stamps would have been in use during the years the postcards were to have been sent, and then not only integrated those stamps but created matching dated postmarks in the right historical style.
This cool little doc gives you some idea of why this is so satisfying...
Great Big Story Ross MacDonald makes his paper by making paper. For the last 25 years, he's created everything from handwritten letters to driver's licenses for movies and shows like Silver Linings Playbook, Boardwalk Empire and Parks and Recreation. ... See MoreSee Less
I lurv you Indiewire but this is word salad. “Seth Rogen Taught Chris Evans and A Lot More the ‘Home Alone’ Old Movie Is Not Real” Esp since the crux of article is that it's old news... ... See MoreSee Less