A commercial piece completed for the experimental music album and video of the same name, by Dominic Francisco, also known as Space Monkey Death Sequence. The album and artwork is inspired by an episode of The Twilight Zone, in which two astronauts meet ironic fate on the surface of Mars, and learn a valuable lesson on the nature of humanity in the process. I attempted to capture the feelings of isolation, nervous anticipation, and utter insignificance found throughout the episode.
My first completed original piece. Inspired by the soundscapes found within The Ocean's album "Pelagial." She exists as an homage to the cold waters of the pacific northwest and the thousands of rapidly deteriorating ocean ecosystems around the world.
A voice rasps from on high, haughty and enticing. Words go unheard, but its meaning rings loud and clear across worlds of consciousness: It beckons you further, inviting you to explore the unknown. With each step you take, reality unravels, and the thin lines and contours that once constrained you are seen now for what they always were.