Here is a list of all commissions I've had the opportunity to build!
This guy was a blast to build! A friend of mine is a huge horror buff and is plotting to do a pretty cool web series with this guy. I’ll certainly be posting updates as things go along!
This is the chocobo I built for San Diego Comic Con 2018! This was a personal endeavor and the biggest build I’ve done to date. Her head was fully movable and her mouth moves. My feet are also inside the feet of the bird so as I walk the bird’s legs walk as well. She was a new technical challenge for me but was incredibly well received at SDCC.
*Creature based of of the Final Fantasy series by Square Enix
This is a new build that is still somewhat under wraps. These five cute, fur balls were built as secondary characters to a new webseries that will be released in the next few months. I'll make sure to have updates as they come!
Sweet William was a build for the Cincinnati Fringe Show "The New Adventures of Calliope Jones & Captain Cool". It was a kids friendly fringe show full of unique characters and Sweet William was the pet to one of the villains.
Puppet Prentice was a build for the finale episode of the TruTV show "Upscale with Prentice Penny". The puppet was built to look like the puppet version of the host. I also had the opportunity to puppeteer him.
This build was for a well known Youtuber (secret at the moment!). They were a custom build that will be unveiled in the future!
These monsters were built for Anoka Middle School for the Arts. Their amazing Theater Department Chair commissioned these guys. They are designed to help kids learn how to use puppets and to help them learn how to film their own segments.
Hand to God
This build was for The B Street Theatre. It was a rush commission. I was able to build all of these puppets and have them shipped out in a week and a half.
Blasty and Widget
These two were a built for the comic book store Blastoff Comics in North Hollywood. The owner of the store has these two mascots and he wanted kid-friendly versions of them to be able to interact with the kids that come in.
Was a build for the author Stevie Chandler and her book series "The Rules Are Simple: Get Out". This is her main character John Doe. She takes him to conventions to draw readers to her book. He is a great marketing tool.
This build was of the classic Olmec character from "The Legends of the Hidden Temple". He was for an improv group in Chicago that created a live-action improv show of the popular 90's game show.
Taryn and Ross
This build was for the Youtuber Taryn Southern and her show "Party Fun Times". They were used in a music video titled "Everyone's Just A Little Gay".
Braum was a build for a puppet themed web series. He was a revamp of an original build that was brought to me. So, I made him sturdier and a cleaner design but still kept the puppet identical to the original design.