An experimental motion design piece. This is a loop.
I had the privilege of working with Six Foot Kitten on both motion design and sound design for this book trailer.
Existing illustrations from the book were converted into separate layers that could be laid out in 3D space. I then animated a virtual camera through each scene, and added color grading and motion blur to achieve the final look you see.
You have to enjoy discomfort to be a fan of this product…
I created this mock commercial between Cinema 4D and After Effects.
I created this primarily in After Effects, experimenting and combining techniques to get the cartoony, liquidy look you see for the cell division.
This video kicked off a large event that took place in the Mini-Dome in Johnson City, TN.
Given the script, logo, and the music track, I created the visuals overnight to be in time with the music and align with the client’s vision.
I created this experimental piece as part of a student visualization team of which I was the team leader. We collaborated to create a story in which the planet is flooded due to climate change, leaving large groups of people to pursue entirely new ways of life, including this nautical city we centered our story around, known as Project NOAH. Among the various visualizations we created surrounding our story, I conceptualized a four-panel interactive advertisement for the mission. This might have appeared during the time in which the catastrophe was foreseen, perhaps on large touchscreen panels at subway stations, etc.
I was responsible for conceptualizing and animating this piece, keeping consistent with my team’s overall vision. Notably, I collaborated with Dawson Legg, who created the logo I heavily used, and Liza Kochan, who created the matte painting of the ship.
This piece was created entirely with still images. I used Adobe After Effects to bring Salvador Dali’s Persistence of Memory to life.
The objective with this video was to communicate safe driving habits, specifically to teenagers.
I was responsible for writing, shooting, editing, and creating animations for this project.
This video was created for the Toyota Teen Drive video contest.
The objective in this video was to explain the importance of the patent system in an engaging 90 second video that tells a story.
At an annual meeting in Chicago, I’m told my video kept a room full of about 1000 patent lawyers laughing.
Winner in the annual IP video contest put on by the Intellectual Property Owners Education Foundation.