NYT : The Interpreter — Montage

“New York Times reached out to me to help them create their 2nd installment of The Interpreter — “National Identity Is Made Up”. The episode explores the origins of national identity and how it helped shape our modern societies. Interesting topic and a nice break from advertising and broadcast.

Role — Design, Animation
Full episode can be seen here — nytimes.com/video/The-Interpreter “

Crayona

Design/animation: Aishwarya Sadasivan
Music: Ashwin Srinivas
Voice Over: Kiara R
Faculty Advisor: Kelly Carlton
Special Thanks: MOME Professors, Akhila Johny, Sampreet Kishan, Terra Preston, Kelsey Gloria, Sunny Yazdani, friends, family

TEDxSydney 2018 Titles

Client: TEDx Sydney

Director: Scott Geersen
Layout, Cinematography: Substance
Edit: Joe Morris
Look Dev / Shading / Lighting: Rich Nosworthy, Rory McLean, Jeff Briant, Ezequiel Grand, Scott Geersen
Additional Sculpts: Ezequiel Grand, Rich Nosworthy

Original Music & Sound Design : CypherAudio / John Black & Tobias Norberg

The Climb

A film that examines the burning question of our time: when life presents challenges, how will we respond?

Created by Alex Deaton & Preston Gibson
With generous help from Mark Bartels, Jim Roberson, & Hieu Vu Duc

“I did what any other dad would do.”

Client: NRMA

Agency: The Monkeys

Production: Mighty Nice
Director: Alex Grigg
Executive Creative Director: Darren Price
Animation: Michael Chen (lead), Bonnie Taylor Forsyth, Tessa Eden, Duncan MacLaren
Composite: John Grist, Federico Martinez
Head of Studio: Jeremy Howdin
Executive Producer: Kim Wildenburg
Senior Producer: Tina Braham
Junior Producer: Diana Angelius

#TakeOnHistory – Wimbledon

Smith and Foulkes’ brought to life a beautifully illustrated and animated journey depicting the evolution of the Wimbledon tennis tournament.

The film shows follows a continuous tennis rally, beginning in 1877 with Spencer Gore through the ages right up to the stars of the present day. As each new era begins, the illustrative style evolves with it, capturing the era and historic details such as radically changing fashions, pony rollers used to keep the courts in prime condition, tv broadcasts, and even the switch to yellow balls.”

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