A collection of work I've done personally and professionally from the past few years. Most of the work I designed as well, feel free to reach out with questions or comments!
Clients Include: Dunkin Donuts, Bank of America, Planet Fitness, Party City, Robert Half, Frontier and Hill Holliday.
Neckbrace - Ratatat
At Hill Holliday I created a lot of content for Dunkin Donuts. I edited and animated hundreds of in store Digital Menu Boards, brought social assets to life and animated TV and Web spots. This is just a small selection of those piece.
Working with my creative team at Hill Holliday, I designed and animated all elements of this video. We worked closely with Robert Half to create a video that introduces their new app while also staying fun and engaging.
Scroll down to see some more of the design process which led to this final animation.
Various drawings done using either Illustrator or Photoshop or a combo of both
When it comes to creativity and art, perspective reigns supreme. How do you decide what is good and what is bad? What works and what doesn’t. Sometimes, it’s all about where you stand.
This was a submission for the 2015 Ad Age Cannes cover contest.
A collection of gifs I've made for fun
A collection of animated work I've done for Planet Fitness - from Times Square billboards during the New Years Eve takeover to social content on various platforms.
In 2017 Bank of America created the Shop Her campaign as part of an initiative to support women small business owners. My coworker designed the graphics and I animated this entire piece.
This is a great example of work for a meaningful cause as well as being able to create an animated piece on a tight timeline. I was given the graphics and animated this entire piece in 3 days.
Designed by my coworkers at Hill Holliday, I animated this entire spot.
This is my Degree Project from MassArt. The goal was to capture the energy and fluidity that goes into the sport of basketball. I hand drew every frame of this using Microns and composited them onto brown paper.
Check out the write up it received on ESPN.com here
Original Music By my good friend Evan Morse whose work you should definitely check out at evanmorse.bandcamp.com/
A collection of pieces created through a variety of approaches.