I had the pleasure of working with the New School of Berkeley on the costumes for The Yellow Submarine. It was by no means a “professional job” but a beautiful experience of working with children of all ages. We had a lot of fun too!
Feast is the fourth film in the film Series SEEKAGO written and directed by eve Warnock. Feast was shot May 11th and was an incredible production that involved over 25 artists. From costume designers to peformers, to special effects artists, to video artists. The team was amazing and I am honored to work with such talented indivuals.
Link to the Feast Project website https://feastflight.wordpress.com/
Vulture played by Jeffrey Bauer: costume design by Aidan Seine, Tina Matthews, eve WarnockRavens played by Sara Rose, Vanessa Vasquez, Brandon Hayword, Sara Hornsby: Costume by Marina Fini and eve Warnock
Owl: Played by Athena Angle: Costume by Melanya HamasyanMagpies played by Morgan True, Shelby Backman, Melanya Hamasyan, Luke Wilson, and Catalina Giraldo: Costume by Kathrin Burtscher, Claire Frey, and eve Warnock
Vultures played by Dorothy Souza, Sam Trillo, and Jeffry Bauer: Costume by Aidan Seine, Tina Matthews, and eve Warnock
All photos by Allie Devlin
The Digital Arts and New Media graduate program at UC Santa Cruz is always turning out remarkable artists
who are creating noteworthy projects. Case in point — artist Eve Warnock who will graduate from the esteemed program in June. As a multi-media and interdisciplinary artist, she is a director, designer, performer and storyteller. Her media of choice include experimental films and installation projects.
Currently she’s serving as an art designer and an art director on an installation performance of “Peer Gynt,” written by Henrik Ibsen and directed by Kimberly Jannarone at UCSC. The performance is a culmination of a yearlong project and will offer various showings in the beginning of March. (Visit thegyntproject.com to learn more.)
As the 34-year-old prepares to graduate, she will teach a course this summer hosted by the Museum of Art & History at UC Santa Cruz titled “Procession.” The final project will consist of “processing through downtown Santa Cruz and ending with an open critique and question and answer,” says Warnock.
Learn more about this multi-talented artist at evewarnock.wordpress.com.