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Below is a selection of my personal works.

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Ophelia 2.0

  Ophelia 2.0 is an animated short inspired by the Shakespeare’s play Hamlet and John Everett Millais painting. Ophelia is transported to the future of 2016; the viewer experiences what she sees and touches in the last moments of her life. It is commissioned by Film London and Shakespeare400 to ...

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Geronimo!

An epic movement we miss in every drop. Artworked frame by frame in watercolour. Geronimo! is also featured by loopdeloop, thekidshouldseethis, devour, io9, Creative Digest, Questioning Creatives, MG25 and IdN. Geronimo! was selected to screen at Pictoplasma 2015. Directed & Animated by Sharon Liu Sound ...

Animated GIF & greeting card

A post shared by Sharon Liu (@liuneytunes) on Jun 8, 2017 at 3:14am PDT It's Friday! Spin your work chair 🍺🍸🍷🥂 . . . . . . #picame #watercolour #handdrawn #illustration #inspiration #watercolor #fashionillustration #sketch #design #drawings #animation #watercolor #instafashion #picame #handdrawn ...

The animator who sells matches

A teeny weeny animation I made in my spare time

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Within Within

  Synopsis: ‘There are many things we cannot choose in life, no one can choose their parents. You have to learn to love them before knowing them.’ My graduation film (2011) is about my personal feelings to Hong Kong and its complicated relationship with China. It expresses what I really want to say and ...

A bit and every bit

My first year film, created at the Royal College of Art in 2010. Synopsis A reflection on the relationship between the filmmaker's mother and Alzheimer-suffering grandmother. ‘Mom, it’s me. How are you today?’ ..... ‘How are you today? Can you hear me? Can you hear me? Hello?’ ‘Who are ...

Nolde’s Sky

My third year film, created at the University of the Creative Arts (Farnham) 2009. Synopsis: ‘And I admired the majestic heavens, spread out above me from here to there. Oh, the exchange of the spiritual with the simple – natural, how I enjoyed this. But often the whole of nature was staring at me, I felt and ...