Twin sisters must grapple with the effects of quantum mechanics in this dark physics-based fairy tale.

This was my 2016 student thesis film for the Robert D. Clark Honors College - now available here due to popular demand. The thesis project served to combine my two main college studies of physics and cinema. There are multiple problems with the technicalities of the animation itself that I recognize and that I explored in my thesis paper. Trying to explain the basics of quantum mechanics through a narrative film proved to be difficult. This film does not represent my best work in that respect, however the science is there, and at some point in the future I will take this prototype project further under the watchful eye of physicists and filmmakers.

- Winner of University (of Oregon) Film Organization Film Festival: Judges' Award
- Thesis Defense: Passed with Distinction (top honor given to just 5 - 8% of Clark Honors College theses)