A collection of my visual effects work, as a freelancer, independent filmmaker, and while working at Superlux. Includes work for IBM and several short films. Watch the Reel
A collection of my animations work, as a freelancer and while working at Superlux. Includes work for clients such as IBM, Coca-cola, independent films, and more.
A collection of my motion graphics work, as a freelancer and while working at Superlux. Includes work for clients such as IBM, AT&T, Benz Research & Development, and more.
This video campaign is a series shorts I directed at Superlux, targeted at the tech sector. My goal was to try and present current tech topics in a less-routine and more imaginative manner, and position Superlux as a digital marketing resource for tech companies. Want to see more of my work for the tech sector?… Continue reading Technology Campaign
When I decided to tackle writing and directing Salvage Mission 9, my first feature film, I approached the project by producing a short film proof-of-concept first. The result is Fringe Territory: Salvage Mission One, a sci-fi short film where a lone salvager fights for survival against an enemy he can’t see in a post-apocalyptic junkyard.… Continue reading Fringe Territory
IBM needed a product demo video to talk about their offerings which can be used by law enforcement agencies to improve their handling of digital evidence. At Superlux, I wrote, art directed, and composited this flashy 3D product demo video, which the client employed at a tradeshow to gain business leads. Want to see more… Continue reading Digital Evidence
IBM needed an explainer video to show off their IoT (Internet of Things) solution for manufacturing plants. At Superlux, I art directed and animated this day-in-the-life story of a plant manager overhauling his operation with IBM solutions. Want to see more of my animation work? Check out these projects: Cloud Brokerage Services The Nut Factory… Continue reading Cognitive Plant Advisor
The Nut Factory is a 360 video that I art directed at Superlux that served as a VR component to our annual client gift of chocolate covered macadamia nuts. We used a combination of Cinema 4D, After Effects, and Mettle Skybox to take viewers on a tour of our fantasy nut factory, where whimsical woodland… Continue reading The Nut Factory
IBM needed a video marketing campaign for their Cloud Brokerage Services. At Superlux, I art directed this series of animated videos, with each one focusing on a specific type of customer and their pain points.
Benz Research & Development markets their technology by taking it directly to their customer’s customers: eye surgeons. At Superlux, I worked on a variety of video campaigns for Benz R&D, including tradeshow graphics and a documentary web series called Benz TV, which I also built the website for.
IBM needed a video to help reach out to video game developers at the Canadian Game Awards. At Superlux, I directed this 80’s inspired video to demonstrate how video game developers can use IBM Bluemix for high-performance scalability, to name just a few buzzwords.
Kenexa needed shareable content that catch what people’s attention in order to promote their talent recruitment software. At Superlux, I art directed this campaign of online videos, which IBM used in accompaniment with blog posts to reach new users.
I illustrated this graphic novel as an experiment with comics in the web browser. It was a proof of concept for a larger sci-fi story, but also was intended as social commentary on a story that was in the news at the time of writing. Want to see more of my work in graphic novels… Continue reading No Man Left Behind
Cardlytics needed a graphics kit for an internal sales conferences. The Cardlytics creative team had given the event a vintage super-hero theme. At Superlux, I contributed these illustrations to the project. Want to see more of my illustrations? Take a look at these projects: No Man Left Behind Kenexa Cloud Brokerage Services
These are some samples of my logo design over the years. Since I deal a lot in video, most of the logo designs I have done were created for a film or motion graphics context.
I directed this film for the 2015 Atlanta 48 Hour Film Project. My team’s category was mockumentary, and from we chose to create a more psychological piece dealing with paranormal activity and digital interactions.
I worked on this project at Superlux. IBM needed a brand film to promote the new digital evolution of their classic Redbooks series of technical manuals. I worked on design concept pitches, illustrated storyboards, VFX supervised on set, edited, and composited this piece.
I created a comic book series to advertise a line of bicycle maintenance and cleaning products. The characters rode their mountain bikes through an array of challenging and fantastical scenarios. The booklets were a hit among children at cycling races. Want to see more of my work involving comic books, graphic novels, and illustration? Check… Continue reading Bicycling Comics