I have been working as an After Effects and Flash artist since 1999. I held a staff position with a company in San Francisco called Elastic Creative (now First Person) for six years and went freelance in 2006. Over the years I have worked on hundreds of projects ranging from simple title design to giant projection screens for conferences. Some of my end clients have included Applied Materials, AT&T, Cisco, Google, Microsoft, Medtronic AV, The Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Sun Microsystems, T-Mobile and others. I have a wealth of experience working under intense deadlines and solving creative problems while maintaining a friendly and professional attitude. Following is a short reel featuring a few of the jobs I have had the pleasure of working on as an After Effects artist and motion designer:
In 2012 I was hired by Group Delphi in Alameda to design and develop several installation components for the new Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas: a 4-player multi-touch game, developed in Flash CS5.5 using the TUIO framework, running on a Dell computer connected to a 46″ monitor, and a PQ Labs multi-touch overlay; and two virtual books, developed using Flash CS5, running on a Dell computer connected to a 46 inch monitor with a multi-touch overlay.