Hey and welcome to my portfolio page. I update this page as often as I can, but please check my blog as well for more recent drawings and animations! You can find my blog here.

I've also been posting a lot of my life drawings and artwork on Instagram.  You can find my page here.

GrahamRoss_Reel from Graham Ross on Vimeo.

This is my final thesis film, submitted for graduation from the Academy of Art university's graduate animation program. You can find storyboards and other information at smallstepanimation.blogspot.com.

One Small Step from Graham Ross on Vimeo.

Here's some youTube clips of people playing through my scenes on Walking Dead. I was responsible for Lee's death in the jewelry store, Duck's death in the woods and for the Meat Locker scene.

Here's a montage of some of the shots and animation work I did at Telltale for Jurassic Park.

The film below was created as an intro for the Fall Animation Festival. I was responsible for helping with the story and storyboards, animating and doing the FX animation of the ring of fire and the torches. Our group ended up winning an award of recognition from the faculty for our work. You can find the production blog for the project here.

The Freakers' Ball- Final Render from Trung Lac on Vimeo.

These are some flipbooks I recently made for the APE show in San Francisco.

Quick Poses and Gestures

Longer Studies


This was a project I completed for RDGI in Chicago. It was a prototype for previewing apartment units before they were constructed and it worked with a touch-screen interface. I was responsible for the coding of the interface as well as making sure the engine ran smoothly.

While working on this project I created a short tutorial on creating capture volumes. You can find the tutorial here: http://wiki.beyondunreal.com/Legacy:CaptureVolume

Please note that this is not the finished version. The final version also tracked the player's location on the map, providing information on the current room and illuminating the map accordingly.

50 East Chesnut from Graham Ross on Vimeo.

Updated 1-23-11