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EDP grad student showcase

This is a video/motion graphics reel highlights the 2012-2013 grad students in the University of Denver’s Emergent Digital Practices program. I filmed and edited the project as part of my graduate teaching assistant.

Jonathan Monaghan lecture promo graphics

This is the After Effects motion graphics reel I designed for artist Jonathan Monaghan’s lecture at the University of Denver in winter 2013. I created the motion graphics as part of my duties as a graduate teaching assistant.  

Denver Crime in the News

So how many crimes make it into Denver newspapers anyway? Denver Crime in the News takes a look at exactly how many crimes are committed in Denver and how many of those crimes become the subject of Denver newspapers. The sample period for the project is February and March of 2013. You can view the […]

Falling From the Earth

In spring 2013, I completed my master’s thesis, which was easily the biggest project I’ve ever completed. The project, Falling From the Earth, is a prototype of an immersive video exhibition exploring the relationship between immersion and the uncanny within the context of a narrative. Following historical, philosophical, and psychological theories of immersion and the uncanny, it places […]

Sleep

Sleep from Tim Pfarr on Vimeo. Going to bed can be the best part of the day. This After Effects animation spreads the gospel of the zzz’s, highlighting the benefits of being well-rested. This stemmed from a project in The University of Denver’s Emergent Digital Practices program.

In the Pants

This short mashup highlights three of the most high-profile political sex scandals of the last 15 years, sarcastically stylizing the affairs to a funky soundtrack from Superbad. This stemmed from a project in The University of Denver’s Emergent Digital Practices program.

Enter the Maze

Enter the Maze from Tim Pfarr on Vimeo. This After Effects motions graphics piece places two-dimensional images within a three-dimensional environment two create an illusion of depth. This stemmed from a project in The University of Denver’s Emergent Digital Practices program.