Ted began his animation career
with an 8 minute live-action film with stop-motion
animation and special effects. This film took 3rd
place in a film festival in 1975.
1982, his Chemistry master's thesis contained more than 100 pages of 3-D and
stereo-vision molecules. It is one of the largest MS theses ever completed st
1982 he completed a film showing basic animation techniques for educational
In 1991, Ted began
animating with LightWave 3-D.
In 1997, he
produced and animated 20 full 3-d animations for GoldTree Production's Computer
A.I. Game, Dead Reckoning
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The animations below show some of the work. They
don't have to be complicated to be effective.
Ted produced and animated a
music video for the group "Henry Turner Jr. and Flavor", and is
webmaster/designer for the band.
Ted writes and animates for 3rd Coast projects he directs.
most recent animated production is for Star Vision Optics and their new
Star-Viz 3-D Theater.
The Star Viz
Theater is designed for use in Malls, theaters and businesses with passing
customer traffic. It can be used to deliver information, sales info, or educational ideas.
As Tom Boyd, the developer
of the Star-Viz system remarked
"We built a racecar - but 3rd Coast Digital put the
engine in it".
Ted and his business partner Dwayne Dupre' will be doing more than
twenty 3-D animations for the three minute demonstration.
In feature film, Ted is developing 3-D storyboards
from the screenplay for his sci-fi epic "Orphan Train", set in a future where
ancient machines have taken up with humans, and an old evil arises.
Train" is written as live action, with animated support to tell the visual
story in a completely realistic setting.
Matrix", or "Lord Of The Rings", this film is to be seamless between reality
The machine at the refueling depot.
currently working on a personal documentary on political perspectives, which
will feature several high-volume particle animations that drive the content.