Presenting at the NAMLE Conference

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This weekend I’ll be part of a team presenting a discussion, Transmedia Play Experiments, at the NAMLE (National Association for Media Literacy Education) Conference in Torrance, California.  The co-presenters are Meryl Alper and (in absentia) Becky Herr-Stephenson.  We’ll be discussing our work on the Flotsam Transmedia Play project, which I worked on in 2012 and early 2013.   Read more

New Seymour Site is launched!

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Although the redesign has been in the works for a bit, today I finally relaunched the Seymour Deeply website, which includes the full graphic novella/webcomic, a revised trailer,  a team page and a page that details where Seymour Deeply is being showcased around Los Angeles in the next few weeks leading up to USC’s graduation.

While I work on an post to update on the progress of Seymour Deeply . . .

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I’d like to share one of my new favorite sites, which combines transmedia, fan work and comic books.  It’s a re-imagining of the Justice League as grade schoolers and its both poignant and adorable.  If you haven’t see “Little League” by  Yale Stewart yet, you simply must go now.

A sample of the wonderful webcomic, "Little League"

An Update on Seymour Deeply

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Not that I have been able to maintain a true and complete development blog here on this site as might have wished, but I do hope, now that I’m in my second semester of development on the project, to update the page semi-regularly with news, setback, advancements and perhaps some art and screenshots.
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Who . . . or what . . . is Seymour Deeply?

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Seymour Deeply is actually both a “who” and a “what.”  Seymour is the title character of my MFA thesis project of the same name.
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New Post on the USC Blog

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Since I’m still working out just how to show the same post on both of my blogs, here is a link to my latest blog post on the USC IMD Site.  This post is part of the first assignment in our World Building class, dissecting and discussing a narrative world with which we are very familiar.  Those familiar with me should not be surprised that I chose to discuss my beloved Legion of Superheroes.  I hope to have this cross-posting business worked out pretty soon.