In 2005 I was hired to work in-house for a few months on a Choose-Your-Own-Adventure-style animated movie commissioned by the Department of Homeland Security. The 300+ page script was intended as an elaborate training video to help fire and rescue teams coordinate their efforts in the event of a terrorist attack.
The problem was that Visual Purple was almost entirely populated by programmers and lacked visual artists and storytellers to bring the script to fruition. So first they hired Hollywood movie editor Jack Hofstra, and then Hofstra insisted they hire me.
I worked closely with the programmers designing locations that kept the number of digital polygon (or "pollies" as they called them) down and within budget.
Then I moved on to storyboarding the labyrinthine script, which sprouted two or more narrative paths each time a character made a critical decisions. While I knew how to do storyboards the usual way, I had to elaborate and clarify certain things as I went, since I was mostly working with non-movie folk.
This is a small selection of the work I did on the project.