As a part of our weekly collaborative creative sessions; Tim Moore, Chino Villatoro, Allison van Niekerk, and I shot a collection of thematically flavored scenes based on aesthetic moods and inspirations derived from various themes contrasting the dissonance between striving for liberation, and the tension of empathetic responsibility and collective conquests. Throughout the remainder of the following few months, I derived and created the vfx, the motion graphics content and composed these elements with the film sequence.
One of the highlights of my career to date, has definitely been the privilege of working for INTEL as lead motion graphics designer for their 50 year celebration video of Moore's Law.
As a part of one of my first projects working with Skies Fall Media Group - Joey Papa, Ben Kasica, and I headed to Chicago City to capture everything on the client provided shot list. We looked for people talking on phones, people connecting, crowds, buildings, etc... and to capture Joey performing the script in front of various hand-picked environments including on board a train, on a skyscraper's rooftop, and walking among strangers on the street.
I had a lot of fun with the motion graphics on this video - the treatment was very open ended, allowing me to experiment and create some really cool effects with the text and image transitions. Although having to cram this edit over the course of 3 days, I still managed to bring life to the vision and accurately stylize the video according to the brand guidelines.
I always really enjoy working on a project start to end, it always gives me a better perspective and overall feel of the vibe/energy and context of the piece.
JOCKEY STORE-IN-STORE BILLBOARD DISPLAY IN MACY'S HERALD SQUARE NYC
With the rise of the new year of 2015, Jockey unveiled 3 new lines of mens underwear - Classics, Sports, and StayCool. I was fortunate enough to be contracted as the lead editor and motion graphics designer of the main display board in Jockey's store-in-store of Macy's in Herald Square - "The world's largest store."
Since this piece was very composite heavy with incredibly precise scripting, it was important for me to remain alert and attentive on set - collaborating with the DP to ensure a flawless execution.
View the virtualization below to preview the display in context of the store layout and design.