Presenter: Luke Jenner
Luke’s YouTube Channel with tons of resources and video walkthroughs
This session will be a lesson share of 3-4 projects taught in the entry-level high school animation classroom. I’ll showcase student examples, quick technical demonstrations, and provide resources to help you learn the basics of animating in the two software.
Luke Jenner is a high school art & design teacher at JB Conant High School in Hoffman Estates, IL, specializing in teaching digital media including graphic design, video, animation, 3D modeling, game design, and more. He holds a BS in Art Education from DePaul University and is currently an MFA candidate at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Alongside showing artwork in urban contemporary galleries in Chicago, he has spent time working with the Illinois High School Art Exhibition and building district-level cross-curricular classes to involve art and design in the STEM to STEAM conversation. Luke has previously presented at two IAEA conferences showcasing introductory lessons to transition students from still projects in Adobe Photoshop into animation work using Adobe After Effects.