Inspired by director Chris Chiusano’s countless hours commuting on the train, this film began as a series of opposite-hand drawings. The animation created is a compilation of individual hand-drawn images that have been brought to life through the computer.
Director: Chris Chiusano
Year of Release: 2009
Running Time: 3:12
New England Connection: Growing up Chris Chiusano spent countless summers vacationing in Cape Cod with his family. He grew to love the landscape, ocean, and New England way of
life. He attended school at Stonehill College in Easton, MA. During college, he commuted in and out of Boston for his internship and lived in downtown Boston during the summers while continuing to intern at BobVila.com, a home improvement website.
Director(s) Bio:: Born in Clifton Park, NY, Chris Chiusano received a Bachelor of Arts
degree with a concentration in Graphic Design from Stonehill College’s
Visual & Performing Arts Department in Easton, MA. Growing up Chris
always had a strong passion for art and animation. It was at
Stonehill where Chris not only discovered a love for graphic design,
but also enhanced his drawing and painting skills. During his
sophomore year he attained a job at BobVila.com as a web and graphic
design intern where he worked for two years. It was a life changing
experience for Chris when he studied abroad in Florence, Italy during
his junior year. His experience abroad not only changed his life but
his outlook and direction in art. Chris is currently a freelance
graphic designer back home in NY. In his spare time Chris enjoys
playing guitar and writing music.
For more information: www.chrischiusano.com