Bio

Odile Postic was born in Florida and raised in Columbia, South Carolina. She is now a practicing artist based out of Richmond, Virginia.

Her most recent work deals with the evolution of female iconography in religious and secular art, advertisements and auto correction in relation to meta-consciousness, and the dematerialization of information through services like iBooks and data archival.


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Skills

Fluent in video and audio production and post-production, voiceover, 2D and 3D animation,
academic writing, screenwriting, technical drawing, video compression and public speaking


Education

2015-2019


BFA in Kinetic Imaging (video, animation and sound) with
Art History minor from Virginia Commonwealth University,
Richmond, VA

Graduated Magna Cum Lade


June-July 2018


International Studies Abroad (ISA), Paris, France
Studied Art History


2013-2015


Attended South Carolina Governor's School for the
Arts and Humanities, Greenville, SC

Concentration in Animation


July 2014


Pratt Pre-College Intensive
Studied Sequential Art and Art Foundation


Work History



JUNE, 2019-ONGOING


Internship at Coalition Theatre, Richmond, VA.                                                               
Experience with both improvisational show running and technical
aspects of being a stage-hand.                                                                                               

JUNE, 2019-ONGOING


Audio and Video Technician at Good Run Research, Richmond, VA.
Record video and audio of focus groups and events happening
at Good Run, troubleshoot tech problems and edit footage for clients


NOVEMBER, 2018-ONGOING


Freelance animator, creative advisor and video editor
Orla McHardy’s Nitefeedz, an exhibition and film funded by the
Irish Arts Council and the VCU Dean’s Faculty Research Grant


AUGUST 2017-MAY 2019 


Video Editor and Media Specialist at VCU James Branch
Cabell Library’s Innovative Media Center
Trained VCU faculty and students on video production software
and hardware, checked out video and audio technology and 
answered questions/troubleshooted with patrons.


JUNE, 2018 and JUNE, 2017


Stop Motion Animation Camp Instructor for Indie Grits
Labs, Columbia, S.C.

Taught children ages 8-12 the basics of stop motion animation
and set building.


Recognition

October 2019


Imagine Science Film Festival, New York City
Short film iBooks nominated and shown in festival


May, 2019


Animation Brut at Echo Park Film Center, Los Angeles, CA 
Short film iBooks nominated and shown in festival


March 2019


Indie Grits Festival, Columbia, SC
Two works entitled Future Song and GEORGIE accepted
and shown in festival

57th Ann Arbor Film Festival, Ann Arbor, MI
Short film iBooks accepted and shown in festival


Fall 2018


Amendment (Literary and Art Publication at Virginia Commonwealth University)
Once I Was Seven (Illustrated picture book) published in Fall print edition


March 2018


Indie Grits Festival, Columbia, South Carolina
Can’t Kids- Coperonni (Music Video), “In Dog Beers I’ve Only Had Two”,
and Fruit Don’t Fall Far accepted and shown in festival


May 2018


Awarded the VCU Dean’s Scholarship in Kinetic Imaging




Group Exhibitions


March 2019


Received a scholarship grant for work exhibited in “Home Sweet Home”,
the annual VCUarts Undergraduate Exhibition at the Anderson

February 2019


Fēkit exhibition (Student curated) and performance at the Anderson, Richmond, Virginia
Numbers not Math (painting and sculpture)

April 2018


Misc hap (Student curated exhibition), Richmond, Virginia
Future Song (video installation)


March 2018


Kinetic Imaging Undergraduate Exhibition (Fine Arts Building, VCU), Richmond, Virginia
Rollercoasters (video) and iBooks (video installation) included in show


November 2017


UMBRA (Exhibition hosted by VALET), Richmond, Virginia
EVERY PART (Video installation) and Triptych (Painting) exhibited







                                                                              




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Mark