I have been working in the video post production industry creating Motion Graphics for the entirety of the 21st century. Over the course of that time, I have worked with a wide range of studios, companies, and clients, picked up some awards, and been making some headlines.
Working on various product launches for EMC, including their Project Enzo (joint venture with VMware), OpenStack conference video, and DSSS product announcement.
“Fallen But Not Forgotten,” a documentary film produced by Norman Lloyd, it covers it covers the plight of the MIAs from the 5/7 Cavalry during the Vietnam War. It follows several of the men as they make an emotional return to Vietnam in an attempt to recover the remains of their fallen comrades. On 11/14/15, it screened at the Veterans Film Festival in San Francisco.
Currently working with XYZprinting on testing of one of their 3D printers, and producing marketing and instructional materials for that effort.
Over the years I have had the opportunity both to work independently and within a number of studios for a wide range of clients and businesses.
Third place in the LightWriters photography contest (B&W Landscape category)
Runner-up in two 3D Printing design contests, hosted by XYZprinting. Prize in both cases was a loaner printer from their product line.
“Standing on Sacred Ground,” a documentary I provided maps and infographics for, won the Best Documentary Feature award at the 2013 American Indian Film Festival. It also won awards at the 2014 Wild & Scenic Film Festival.
“Tricky Bidness,” a documentary for which I made titles, maps, and info graphics won an honorable mention at the 2014 Samo Indie Film Festival, and has been screened in festivals around the globe.
Two documentaries that I worked on while at Indigo Films were nominated for Emmy awards.
In addition to the documentary work, I created three computer-animated short films that screened at numerous festivals an won several awards. These films were “Spaceport Mars!,” “Aspire,” and “The Daydreamer.”