ECVP is now on volume 5. I have enjoyed being a part of this international video artist collaboration since Volume 1. Here are a few screen shots from my video. I can’t release the complete video until after the first premiere. For more information you can check out the site. Here
Simple convention video created for my friends at Catzign. Check out their great products www.catzign.com
Last year I had the opportunity to create all the motion graphics for a new documentary about classical music called, Meastro featuring Paavo Järvi produced by Endeavor Pictures and Ford D’Aprix directed by David Donnelly.
I have been so inspired by EJ at Eyedesign.com and his tutorials on the cell Shader for Cinema 4D. I have been go through his tutorials for the past few days non stop. I highly recommend them if you don’t already know about Eyedesign.com.
This is a sample test for a confiserie – not real, just a style test.
Here is a montage of motion graphic sample from 2012 – A newer reel in available upon request.
I finally got my own copy of Video Co-pilot’s, Element 3-d and I really like it. I’ve been quickly going through the tutorials and I think it’s great to have to this kind of power right inside After Effects and although Cinema 4-D and After Effects are even more compatible, as of late, I think…
Just working on some modeling techniques, found this exercise very helpful.
Have been doing a few experiments with Trapcode MIR in After Effects. This video is designed for 2 screens. Interesting but not sure where to use them.
Created to be projected 35 meters wide (114.9 ft). Each video was made by stitching together 3 HD videos creating a 5760 pixel wide movie using a custom built tripod. This four-night event featured a different video each night to compliment the night’s theme. Each video was three hours long. I went to the Caribbean…
Recently started working with a very talented Musician Lukasz Lowkis. Also, I’ve been playing with Trapcode Mir, so I made this just for fun. A video for his song Soul Hunter.
What a lot of fun we had shooting in Vienna last week. You can see the results from the shooting in Runners Point’s social media and advertising. Before this we had a great shoot in Rome, Italy.
Recently returned from Italy where I shot a video for BaerMedia and Runners Point. I have been in Rome before but this time I got to see some many different areas of the city I normally wouldn’t see. It was great. These are some shots from the location-scout.