St. Louis-born, Chicago-based Motion Designer
Clients Past & Present

Alcon   |   Ameren   |    BCMI   |   Commerce Bank   |   eBay   |   Exxon-Mobil
Iris   |  Perficient   |   Sigma-Aldrich  
"I am excited to confirm that we have received final approval and are very happy with the videos!
It’s been a pleasure and we will certainly reach out for any future video needs."
-Douglas, New York

"Really appreciate your  thoughtfulness, creativity, and professionalism - I look forward to working together again." 
Amanda, Chicago

The results are amazing, super tight and visually engaging and the client loves it. Thanks again!
Ben, Creative Director, St. Louis

“Just wanted to shoot you a note thanking you for being SO AMAZING, FLEXIBLE AND TALENTED !!! Working from a different office is difficult especially when there are time sensitive projects but it has been so seamless working with you.”
Jill, New York

-Evan, CD, Chicago
Q & A

Q: What do you do?
A: I'm a motion designer. I play with After Effects and 3D software like Cinema 4D almost daily. 
Q: Where are you?
A: I live in Chicago. (I grew up in St. Louis, which is something St. Louisans are quick to point out. It means I'm a Cardinal fan in a Cubs town. Or, a baseball fan in a football town.) I've worked for clients in many cities, including New York, Chicago, LA, Austin, and a couple of Springfields. 
Q: Are you worried announcing your sports allegiance will cost you gigs?
A: If you're, say, an Arsenal fan, do you pretend to root for Chelsea? 
Q: What other interests do you have?
A.  Drawing, writing fiction, cooking.
Q. Do anything cool?
A. I've met Andrew Kramer, Nick Campbell and Chris Schmidt, three of my four "Mount Everest" motion graphic heroes. Now I just need to meet E.J. Hassenfratz to complete the set.
Q. Anything else?
A. I'm a member of the Mystery Writers of America. I make my own pizza from scratch about once a week. 
Q. Favorite movie?
A. Casablanca is close to perfect and I can argue that point all day long. 
Q. Ice breaker question?
A. Ask me about playing a dancing salt shaker in a music video. 
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