A collaboration between The Dada Factory, University of Utah, and Ron Hill Imagery, Everyday Appocalypse is also a collaboration of techniques. Standard green-screen footage is composited with 'Machinima' a method of movie-making using video game engines. Everyday Appocalypse tells a light story of a man so driven by the routine, that he doesn't realize the appocalypse is happening right around him. Everyday Appocalypse premiered in the University of Utah Machinima Fest 2010.
The Myth of Iris was produced in partnership with the University of Utah's Machinima Class. Inspired by the Greek Myth of Sisyphus, Iris tells a circular story using the language of Machinima to break the traditional vision of reality.
The Myth of Iris was selected for the Jury award at The Univeristy of Utah's Machinima Fest 2010.