My partially completed motion graphics reel as of around March 2013. Created entirely by me in After Effects and Cinema 4D. Ignore the non-existent web address at the end.

What came of playing with Thrausi one day. Not much of a point other than looking cool.

The birth, upbringing, and incarceration of a criminal red circle. Still in progress. No sound yet. As of now, about 250 layers and 600 keyframes. Created in After Effects.

A stylistically low polygon forest. The trees grow through unfolding polygons that assemble to form the tree in its entirety. I’m planning on turning this into a message about replanting trees. It starts with bulldozers plowing over an existing forest, only to have this one grow back, ending with some nice typography.

A bomb created in Cinema 4D. Mostly an exercise in modeling, really.

A bomb created in Cinema 4D. Mostly an exercise in modeling, really.

A personal project created on a whim one evening.

A personal project created on a whim one evening.

Logo for Betty’s Badass Baking Co. in Seattle, WA.

Logo for Betty’s Badass Baking Co. in Seattle, WA.

A logo completed for the American Heart Association regarding a cardiac arrest conference.
http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/

A logo completed for the American Heart Association regarding a cardiac arrest conference.

http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/

A logo completed for Beverly Title’s company, Quantum Peace Institute.
http://www.quantumpeaceinstitute.com

A logo completed for Beverly Title’s company, Quantum Peace Institute.

http://www.quantumpeaceinstitute.com

Some retro 50’s style stickers I did for a restaurant menu.

Open mic night for MARS Restaurant.

Open mic night for MARS Restaurant.

The first in a series of senseless infographics/kinetic typography animations done just for fun. This one is around 300 keyframes.

A compositing breakdown of my “Green Planet” video.

Cinema 4D rendering. This actually predates the well-known Greyscale Gorilla tutorial, and is only awaiting better hardware for a full GI video render. At a certain frame, a shim opens up, allowing the gumballs to run down the track before pouring out of the little door at the bottom, which is fully dynamic and reacts appropriately to gumballs hitting it.

Cinema 4D rendering. This actually predates the well-known Greyscale Gorilla tutorial, and is only awaiting better hardware for a full GI video render. At a certain frame, a shim opens up, allowing the gumballs to run down the track before pouring out of the little door at the bottom, which is fully dynamic and reacts appropriately to gumballs hitting it.

Freetime Illustrator/Photoshop stuff.

Freetime Illustrator/Photoshop stuff.