At the ACP this year my Boston Marathon Timeline video has gotten two awards! The Multimedia Story of the Year (pictured above) and Best Viral Video.
Here is a small personal project that I did on the honeybee (a SCAD mascot!) Please enjoy
"War on Drugs" just won Honorable Mention in the Standalone Multimedia category, which is excellent news! It was a national level competition in which colleges over the country submitted work.
To see the other winners click here!
Here is the video:
This video was made for SCAD District and is response to to the Boston Marathon Bombings.
This video shows the basic timeline of the Boston Marathon Bombings (April 15-19, 2013). During just one week the United States experienced a great turmoil of emotions as trying to pinpoint the reasons why and who. The government, the media, and especially social media were trying to search for answers and all effected each other, similar to Newton's law of motion ("For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction").
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Here is my final for Motion Media Techniques II. I decided to do an infrograph on the Nazi theft going on during WWII. Please enjoy!
For the concept I wanted to overlay a sketchy line style over the stock footage. Below here is the process book:
For my final project in Motion Media II I'm doing a more footage base type motion graphics. This is my progress so far:
Currently working on the War on Drugs video infographic for my Motion Media Techniques class.
The War on Drugs is inspired by this amazing documentary The House I Live In directed by Eugene Jarecki. I was on the edge of my seat as this documentary was going.