Hey Arnold!

 

My start in storyboarding was at Hey Arnold! in the late 1990s. These are a few of my favorite sequences. Unlike today's boards, these were drawn pencil on paper with cutout drawings pieced together by a lot of tape.

 
 
Arnold discovers his father’s journal in the series finale, learning how his parents met. With physical gags and action sequences, I was lucky to draw this epic moment in Arnold’s history.

Arnold discovers his father’s journal in the series finale, learning how his parents met. With physical gags and action sequences, I was lucky to draw this epic moment in Arnold’s history.


Helga convinces other girls to drop the part of Juliet so she'll be cast opposite Arnold as Romeo. Featuring Helga at her most manipulative, I really enjoyed pushing her acting to humorous extremes.

Helga convinces other girls to drop the part of Juliet so she'll be cast opposite Arnold as Romeo. Featuring Helga at her most manipulative, I really enjoyed pushing her acting to humorous extremes.


This adventurous episode mixed action sequences with funny dialog, allowing me to include a variety of filmmaking devices from cinematic landscapes to physical comedy. 

This adventurous episode mixed action sequences with funny dialog, allowing me to include a variety of filmmaking devices from cinematic landscapes to physical comedy. 


 
 

Where are new storyboards?

I'm waiting for shows to air before posting my 2015 boards for Disney.

Stay tuned.