NFL Consumer Products Summit + Equipment Manager’s Meeting at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

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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 sizes as well as several LED screens.

It’s always fun to see design take on its full size on location!

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From a Motion Designer to Design students: “Consider these 3 points”

I had the great pleasure of speaking to Carla Barr’s Type 4 class at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena this past Thursday.

The presentation included a little “Show & Tell” along with some insight about the Motion Design world from a Freelance Motion Artist’s point of view.

Read the full article on Medium.com 

From a Motion Designer to Design students: “Consider these 3 points”

A Message to students : Your hard work counts and will make a difference in your career.

A personal story about how a student project launched me into becoming the designer I am today. Read the whole story on Medium

A Message to students : Your hard work counts and will make a difference in your career.

Interview with Joys Magazine

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Based in Florence, home of Italian renaissance, Joy Magazine runs both an online as well as print publication focusing on fashion, travel, food and art.
Joys has started a series of articles focusing on a variety of professions from a woman’s point of view.
I participated in an interview with Joys Magazine to offer a women’s perspective about the Motion Design field. I speak about my career path, and my approach to design.
Check out the full article here: http://www.joysmagazine.com/el-ogorodova.html

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BTA Promo on Behance

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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 an old student project I had directed back in 2010 while at Art Center College of design.

Oh how time flies!

BTA Promo on Behance