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