This is the second documentary I’ve worked on with filmmaker Scott Crawford. (The first was Salad Days, about the early days of punk in Washington D.C.) Scott was looking for a fun way to illustrate some of the stories people were telling him about the early days of Creem Magazine. I tried to find a style that was as brash and energetic as Creem Magazine itself. Working with the amazing L.A. based illustrator Sherise Seven, we provided several sequences for the film.
I did the graphics for filmmaker Scott Crawford’s first documentary Salad Days, about the emerging punk scene in Washington DC. For his follow up, he tells the story of America’s Only Rock and Roll Magazine - CREEM. Over the last year I’ve created over 100 graphics for the film, along with the opening titles and end titles. Here are a few…
I worked with filmmaker Brent Wilson to create the graphics for Streetlight Harmonies, a documentary about the style of music known as Doo Wop. Here’s a short compilation..
I used a 2.5 D parallax effect to breathe life into these classic Kubrick photos.
I created tons of graphics for Al Gore's live 24 hour web event - Climate Reality.
This is the second time I was hired to work on Al Gore’s 24 hour live telecast.
Infographic sequence created for Sean Penn's Haiti Relief Organization, J/P HRO. The piece was introduced by Anderson Cooper and shown on two 14 foot screens at the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills, to a crowd that included Sean Penn, Bono and the Edge, Eddie Vedder, Charlize Theron, and about a hundred other A list celebrities. The VO was beautifully done by (multitalented) illustrator Sherise Seven.
Another piece I created for Al Gore’s 24 Hours of Reality project.