Each week, Arts InSight covers the myriad aspects of the performing and visual arts both locally and nationally. This week, the program will air a segment about animations made at my animation boutique Paper Brain. I got to talk about what inspires me, my fascination with hand-made animation, and how my whole[…]
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Just in time for the 2016 Final Four hosted here in Houston, TX, VisitHouston.com asked us to produce a few 10 and 15 second spots that you can see playing in both Intercontinental Airport and Hobby Airport. The spot features a pair of hands pulling paper buildings off a sheet[…]
Paper Brain’s latest paper animation Nine to Five Ned was recently honored with the Best Animation Award at the 2015 Rockport Film Festival and an Award of Merit at the Animation Chico International Animation Festival! And we’ve been accepted to be a part of the 2016 Irvine International Film Festival.[…]
Over the past year, Team Paper Brain and myself have been working on the Repurposing Cyclical City for the Houston Art Alliance’s PODA 2.0 touring installation series. We made a paper and cardboard city inside a PODS container. The team members who contributed were Janiece Rivas, Rodney Flores, Darwin Arevalo, Lisa Ray,[…]
Bill Carter’s gift to Damien Echols of the West Memphis Three, a song he and his wife wrote called “Anything Made of Paper“, is an animated music video I made along with my co-director Pat Kondelis last year. Last Friday, Pat and I had the privilege of watching it on[…]
It’s an honor to receive the “Best Music Video” award from the Rincon International Film Festival for Bill Carter’s “Anything Made of Paper”. The festival looked beautiful, wish we could have attended! Post by Paper Brain Productions.
Winner – Best Music Video -“Anything Made of Paper” at the Irvine International Film Festival. Thank you Bill Carter and Ruth Ellsworth for writing such a beautiful song, and for trusting Pat Kondelis and I to make a music video for it. And thank you Irvine for recognizing[…]
Post by Bill Carter.
I was the featured artist this month at the October AAF-Houston Luncheon on October 16th. Thanks to Lee Wheat, Lou Congelio, and everyone else I had the pleasure of meeting. It was an honor to be AAF’s first animator as a featured artist, and Hugh Forrest‘s discussion on the growth of[…]