We are a full-service production company hailing from the great Somerville, MA. We are not a massive production factory. We don’t create run-of-the-mill videos. Instead we focus on quality and creativity. Our tool belt is strapped with everything from advanced videography and editing to voice-talent, motion graphics, and animation. Just let us know what you want to see, and we’ll get to work manifesting your vision. Everything is possible. Go ahead, try us.
I made this cartoon for the local Union United community group to help in their efforts to get a CBA in Union Square Somerville, MA (my neighborhood). If you are also a local please check out their website www.unionunitedsomerville.com to help out.
If you are not a local and would like to use this video for your own community please let me know (as I could customize the ending).
Blueconic.com was a fantastic client to work with. They were extremely flexible and after filming our interview with the CCO of the Boston Globe they let me and my great assistant DP Steve Onderick film our hearts out of the Globe building, whirring presses and all.
I’m lucky enough to have The New England Journal of Medicine as a repeat client! Here’s the second white-board video they had me do for their latest Career Center app that helps recruiters find great doctors! Illustrations by the great Gabriel Polonsky.
Thanks to my friends Nicole Louise and Jason Cohen (who put on the festival) I was given the opportunity to be on the media team for the beautiful Unifier Festival. Minus a few seconds, all the footage was shot by me and I edited it all together to the gorgeous songs of “Who are” by the Soil and the Sun, and “Dusted Compass” by Phutureprimitive. Enjoy!
Logo animations (sometimes called “logomations”) are an extremely powerful and cost effective product that can evoke viewer emotion connection, and ultimately a lasting impression of your brand in a way no other mediums can. Due to their short length on screen many people overlook the option of getting a logo animation while looking for PR pieces, when in fact they are almost always the simplest answer and best investment for your brand. Unlike a full commercial or PR campaign, a logo animation can often be paid for once and used for years, incorporating them into many other PR media.
A whiteboard “explainer” promo animation produced for the New England Journal of Medicine’s awesome new medical-learning app. The illustration work was done by the great Kendrah Smith. Everything else including the voice, is me 🙂
I was hired by a genius young app designer to make this promo video for the app he was designing. Once again I was very pleased to be given the creative freedom to step outside of a few boxes. One neat fact is that since the app was yet to be finished, all the UI you see on the ipad was animated in after effects and composited in later. 2D animation meets live action meets SPFX compositing = proud animator 🙂
The app was put on hold as the young developer was quickly snatched up by a SF startup.
Through my awesome and reliable client V2Video I was hired to create a number of motion graphics pieces for the product line Gemline. “Gemline”, what a sleek word.
Placester was my first animated explainer video client. They have been an awesome client for a number of reasons including:
1. They took the time to clarify what it was that they knew they wanted.
2. They gave me the creative freedom to offer up my own options for everything else.
3. They let me push the envelope and try new things.
Which is in my opinion why they have been a repeat client and why my work for them has been some of my best.
Through my awesome and reliable client V2Video I was hired to create a number of ads for products sold via the pet product company Petedge.com. I’m glad to have filmed a lot more dogs in my career than I expected to.