Another great short doc with the gangs from Consumption Films and Duncan Sharp Films highlighting a local artisan knife-sharpening business. The dream of the 1890’s is alive in Seattle!

Toggle on the HD and watch full-screen for all the particle goodness!

Typography, “film-blur” effects, particle dust, & color correction courtesy me.

Here’s a short doc feature I just worked on for Consumption Films by way of Duncan Sharp Films. I worked with Duncan on post-production, doing all of the typography design and animation, along with color correction of the footage. Can’t wait to finally try a slice of that pizza that I was staring at for days!

TOP SECRET: I worked on two SUPER SECRET Experience Design videos for the Visual Studios UX team over at MS. But lo: I am totally not allowed to post them! For they are SUPER TOP SECRET! But I’m very proud of all of the work I put in them, and really wish I could show them off. So if we happen to get together in person, I might be able to mistakenly open some secret .wmv files, and inadvertently press the play button. What a SUPER SECRET happy accident that would be for the both of us!

TOP SECRET: I worked on two SUPER SECRET Experience Design videos for the Visual Studios UX team over at MS. But lo: I am totally not allowed to post them! For they are SUPER TOP SECRET! But I’m very proud of all of the work I put in them, and really wish I could show them off. So if we happen to get together in person, I might be able to mistakenly open some secret .wmv files, and inadvertently press the play button. What a SUPER SECRET happy accident that would be for the both of us!

This is a work reel that focuses on broadcast promo projects that I took multiple roles in, most of which I “one-man band”-ed (produced, designed, and edited [with a little sound design mixed in for emergency measure!]).

~ And Thus I Have Posted The Fancy Resumé ~
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~ And Thus I Have Posted The Fancy Resumé ~

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That’s me. In the rodeohead. Doing lasso tricks. While wearing the aforementioned FIFTEEN POUND rodeohead.

(Not my gfx work though. But still.)