While drinking Beavertown Gamma Ray one night, I couldn't stop admiring the artwork! I loved it so much I decided to make this animation as one of my personal projects - I wanted to make something fun, eye catching and different from your average beer commercial. Also, I recalled the music and sounds from the movie Mars Attacks and 80’s video games and chose to integrate those into my work.
As an animator/motion designer, I have the opportunity to make a living doing what I love to do - create. To be the best designer I can be, I have always found it important to improve my skills and learn as much as I can. The creating therefore doesn’t stop when the work day is done. In my own time, I enjoy working on my own personal projects and luckily, I seem to find inspiration in a variety of places, even in a can of craft beer.
I created this animation with Cinema 4D and also used Adobe After Effects for the compositing, colour correction and animating the logo.
A selection of Digital Screens I have Designed and Animated
© JKR © Iris © AKA
© Territory Studio
© E4 © Marvel © Disney
© Manchester City F.C
© Spotify © RamJam
This is a concept motion graphic I came up with for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. I made motion graphic as I went to see the movie and I was extremely disappointed that they didn't have any motion graphics at the beginning of the movie to draw you in, so I made my own. I kept the shape of the original movie logo but changed it to a style that I felt worked allot better with the messaging I was trying to achieve.
My concept and messaging behind this piece was:
"Batman is solid, he has a heart of stone, Superman will always try to chip away to make Batman or further more Bruce Wayne a better person".
This was part of a pitch I worked on while working with AKA UK.
This is a animation of The Evolution Of The Bicycle I created for Mpora.
Music video created for Miami Hip Hop band ArtOfficial. I modeled the buildings, helped out with the animation of the cars and the camera motion while working at RamJam. It was quite tricky creating the buildings as it was all done using After Effects with flat plains in 3D space - almost like building blocks.