Motion Graphics

I discovered motion graphics while I was studying graphic design at Georgia State University. It was a field that seemed to combine the design principles I was learning in college with my childhood love of film-making

After that, I decided to take on an internship at Superlux where I was able to hone my motion design skills. Eventually, this internship morphed into a freelance position. Finally, it resulted in a career with Superlux after I graduated from GSU. As a result, during my time with Superlux, I have worked on video projects for clients like TNT, IBM, AT&T, and Benz R&D.

Above all, my favorite thing about motion design is that it combines the freedom of artistic expression and the nuance of graphic design with extreme technical decision making.

Motion Graphics Project Experience

My project experience is very broad. For example, it includes:

  • Graphics packages for both broadcast and web content
  • Digital signage and other environmental video
  • Character animation videos
  • Explainer videos for the tech sector
  • Training videos for retail
  • Corporate videos
  • 360 degree video
  • Software demonstration videos
  • Screen replacements and title sequences for independent films

Software & Skills

On a technical note, I do most of my motion design work in:

  • Adobe Creative Suite
    • After Effects
    • Premiere Pro
    • Photoshop
    • Illustrator
  • Cinema 4D
  • Blender