Comfort Zone, a documentary about what the average person can do in response to climate change, is now available to purchase on DVD. The film was produced by three Rochester filmmakers, Dave Danesh, Sean P. Donnelly, and Kate Kressmann-Kehoe, and I contributed some animation of personified gases for the feature. (Some preliminary designs you can see below.)
The idea was to come up with a look for various gases you’d find in the atmosphere based on their dominant traits. The characters appear in the movie as “usual suspects,” sometimes in a police line-up. It was a fun challenge, and a documentary I’m proud to have contributed to.
Buy Comfort Zone today at comfortzoneproject.com