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SBC-Orlando Graphic Design Student's Work Published

April 23, 2014 SBC-Orlando, General 0 Comments

Sanford Brown Orlando Emily CullingfordEmily Cullingford, graphic design student at Sanford-Brown College in Orlando, had her illustrations published in a book by Joseph Kellner. Kellner, a documentary filmmaker, asked Emily to create illustrations for his short documentary about his near death experience.

Emily described the experience by stating, “Cradle to grave, the project took approximately five months to complete. Joseph broke down his story and began describing his experience in parts. After each session with him, I attempted to incorporate as much of his vision, from the information I received, in my illustrations.”

In his short film, he takes you through his occurrence using the illustrations created by Emily (pictured below), in an effort to explain his journey through heaven and hell. He talks about how this life changing experience has affected him and altered his outlook on life and his view of people.

Sanford Brown Orlando Quarter to TwelveHe named the short film “Quarter to Twelve” and released it in May 2013. Since the release, there have been 116,000 views on YouTube and it was published as a Kindle book on Amazon in September 2013.

We are extremely proud of Emily and this wonderful accomplishment!


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