Dabblings of David Marcinkowski
As part of a collaboration between Scholastic, Pratt Institute, and the Garcia Family, I taught a two day video game workshop to students in grades 7-12. The two day workshop focused on using the Scratch platform developed at MIT to teach students with little or no experience how to create a video game.
RiDE (Risk/Dare/Experiment) is an opportunity to fund a series of educational and cultural episodes granted by the Provosts Office to Pratt Institute faculty to explore audacious ventures, curricular innovations, emerging practices and adventurous new paths in teaching and learning to inspire ideas and actions. My RiDE Episode was entitled "Bringing Virtual and Augmented Reality Technology to Curriculum."
Created branding and utilized Premiere/Final Cut Pro and After Effects to produce a reel of the best work of students graduating from the Associate Degree programs in Illustration, Graphic Design, and Digital Design/Interactive Media. These reels were originally used at the annual "Pratt Show" which takes place every May and showcases graduating students work for industry professional. Originally, these were compliled to be displayed on a high resolution 5K monitor, but have been recomplied to be displayed on the digital signage system throughout campus, on various websites and often used for promotional events for the Associate degree program at Pratt Institute.
Personal experimental site used for freelance work and teaching classes.
Created a series of videos using various nurbs, smart objects, filters and videos while investigating the video and 3D functionality of Photoshop.