I am starting a comic from scratch. The stories are drawn from real events, scrambled through my brain, caricatured onto tracing paper, and re-assembled digitally. Along the way I’ll sharing my experience from the point of view of motion artist tackling a new creative medium.
The wonderful thing about being a freelancer is that you get to work on a myriad of different projects in a year. One day you can be designing stadium graphics, the next you're animating ads on Instagram. Everything can vary from physical display scale, to type of audience. Here are a few of the Instagram ads [...]
While browsing the good old interweb today, I stumbled upon photos of designs I made for the NFL Consumer Products Summit + Equipment Manager's meeting while working at The Famous Group back in March. The meeting was held at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. The animations were custom designed to be displayed on 3 different screen [...]
Contributing blogger to Titá Bijoux, Simi Serianni wrote a wonderful blog post about one of my branding projects. Having grown up in Italy, a lot of my professional connections are still tied to Milan. The blog post is about a logo I designed for the Milan based international Events company, On The Spot Events. Read up, and [...]
An Oldie But A Goodie. After all these YEARS, I finally got myself on Behance. I’ll post more what I think about the network as I get more familiar with it. While I was away traveling, a couple of my projects got featured on the AIGA and After Effects gallery. One of these projects was [...]
(via GIPHY) Today I stumbled upon an animation I made back in 2015 for the Ubisoft E3 event while working at Good People Agency. Someone uploaded it on Giphy… check out the source! Makes me all warm and fuzzy to think that people actually like my work enough to share it ❤ Check out my [...]