This is my first animation. It was shot on super8 film, and transferred to video.
music video, 2006
artist: Brian King
director: Terra Friedrichs
set design: Juliet Schneider
Charlie: Naomi Bennett
Jack: Jodi Sandler and Brent Walton
Public Garden, Boston Common, Faneuil Hall, Boston, MA
Models/Living Statues: Melissa Colin, Dorian Rose, Kara Trott, Ximon, Gwen
Body Paint Artists: David Rosen, Gwen, Juliet Schneider
Photographers: Addam Bomb, Juliet Schneider
From July 15th
From July 29th
February 23, 2003
The Middle East, Cambridge, MA
Co-Producer, Emcee: Garabed Setrakian
Co-Producer, Set/Prop Design: Juliet Schneider
Brother Blue with Ricardo Frota
The Kaleidoscope Cabaret was a showcase of Boston area performers, broadcast live on February 23rd, 2003, via an I-Net (Institutional Network) cable connection running from The Middle East Restaurant & Nightclub to Cambridge Community Television (CCTV), and then on to Somerville Community Access Television (SCAT). A dedicated group of staff, members, and volunteers from CCTV ran the 3 camera live shoot. The audio and video quality are not the best, due to some good old analog technical difficulties encountered during the broadcast.
live performance film screenings
March 20, April 17, May 7, 2002
Directed by Michael Pope, Neovoxer is a silent film which is often screened with a live experimental orchestra. Painted models holding extended, slowly shifting poses are often included as a performance component. I wasn’t involved in making the movie, but I helped out with some flyer graphics, and coordinated/painted models for a few of the screenings. The screening programs shown below list many of the people involved in making the movie and performance screenings.
March 20th, 2002 program
April 17th, 2002 program
May 7th, 2002 program
Living Statues from the screenings
The Shadowbox Collective
April 4, 2002
This performance was one in a series of experimental interactive theater pieces staged at various restaurants and clubs around Boston by various groupings of artists performing as The Shadowbox Collective, under the lead of Amanda Palmer. For this performance, the film Metropolis was screened as a backdrop to our loosely scripted characters interacting with random bar/restaurant patrons. My character was a Prohibition era, southern California lady, who was interested in becoming an actress, and also in recruiting Prohibtion card signers (whilst secretly sipping from a flask.)
A collage of notes, photos and props from my character performance.
A sketchbook page with character development notes.