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Explainers Explained

An in-house promo for animated explainer videos. Our goal was to produce a fun and professional animated explainer which clearly explained the basic production phases in a quirky and memorable way. VO by Lauren Jenna
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Relax

1:07 VFX & Compositing 2010
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Time to Think

A short animated promo video for Balanced Insight's Consensus Now software. The software is essentially a small widget which appears when the user selects a business term or phrase and clicks a hot-key/s. It can be quiet helpful when chewing through documents chock-ful of jargon and acronyms. www.balancedindisght.com
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Bad Guy

A motion typography piece done entirely in After Effects. I used expressions to dynamically link the particle emitter' output rate to the speed of the text layers' movement. Audio is from the film, 'Scarface'.
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What!?

0:42 Motion graphics and Animation using After Effects 2009
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NEC – It’s Right

Music video for the N.E.C.'s song titled"It's Right". Features double-exposed and hand-painted film. www.naturalextensionconcept.com
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More BI Less BS

A promotional animated video for business analytics company Balanced Insight. All the design elements were created in Adobe Illustrator and animated using Adobe After Effects, with audio sweetening done in Final Cut Pro. www.balancedinsight.com
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Swim

Video 02:36 2013
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Words of the Wolverine

This piece featured good writing that resonated with strong clear imagery. I was approached to do the composition which involved 3D motion tracking and inserting words into the video footage. The emphasis was on subtlety and cohesion.
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Makorokoza

'Makorokoza' came about while visiting Mudzi with a relative and her maid. I tagged along not knowing what to expect and found a village of gold-panners. No additional audio or video was added and most of the footage was edited in chronological order to parallel my experience of arriving at the village, seeing it for the first time, and slowly understanding what was going on.
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