Here are my favorite animations created for Frozen Grin. I came to animation late and am self-taught on Flash. I'm no Miyazaki, but there is something fabulous in a Frankensteinly way, about watching your drawings take on motion and sound.
This is an early piece, Flash was giving me fits and bombing my little Imac. But I still like the story.
From 2009, This story was written for We Alaskans Magazine in the eighties as an experiment with the comics form. It works much better as an animation, narrated by my pal Frank Gerjevic.
A look back at the Great Alaska Earthquake of 1964, seen through the eyes of a five-year-old me
A collection of tragically brief videos that was runner-up for a Golden Oosik at the Anchorage International Film Festival two years ago. Damn you, Mary Katzke!
What it's like Having Parkinson's Disease
Big fat omnibus of shorts explaining what Parkinson's is like.
Parkinson's Disease and Exercise
My Six (Known) Brushes With Death