Broadcast Work

Design & Animation

Below are shows I’ve done design & animation work for.  The process usually includes styleframes to be approved by the client followed by a delivery of animations to be placed over the footage.  

“Storming the Beaches” on
the Military Channel

The Story
I was asked to create a graphics package for the Military Channel’s “Storming the Beaches” show.   The work included title card transitions, lower thirds and a bug for the show’s logo.  The look of the piece changed from the styleframes I initially pitched.

The Role
Design & Animation for the graphic overlays

The Tools
Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects & Cinema 4D

“Storming the Beaches” graphics pitch

title card animations- footage provided by Visualante Media

bug animations- footage provided by Visualante Media

“What’s My Car Worth?” on
the Discovery Channel

The Story
I was asked to create title cards and lighting effects overlays for the Discovery Channel’s “What’s My Car Worth?” show.

The Role
Design & Animation for the graphic overlays

The Tools
Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects & Cinema 4D

“What’s My Car Worth?” title cards pitch

title card animations and lighting effects overlays
– footage provided by Visualante Media

“My Strange Addiction”
on TLC

The Story
I was asked to help with a graphics pitch for the “My Strange Addiction” pilot show.  The Creative Director wanted to mimic a Rorschach Test inkblot, but our initial pitch changed to this hard-edged look after incorporating client feedback.

The Role
Design & Animation

The Tools
Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects

“My Strange Addiction” title card, bug & lower-third styleframes

title card animation