Cofounder of animation and VFX studio Warm & Fuzzy, John Bashyam has worked with the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival since 2014, and the relationship encapsulates everything he loves most: music, fun, great clients, and exciting visual challenges.
Robert Hranitzky’s unboxing parody “E-11: Standard Issues – Star Wars Fan Film,” has nearly a million views on YouTube and it’s easy to see why. Written, directed and created by Hranitzky, with the help of family and friends, “E-11” is no ordinary Star Wars fan film.
Balancing homage with the fact that 60 years have passed in the world of The Matrix, motion design company Studio C served as the lead graphic vendor on “The Matrix: Resurrections.”
Leon Film’s “A Darker Shade of Magic” is an enchanting fan film-like trailer based on V.E. Schwab’s best-selling fantasy series “Shades of Magic.”
French director and motion designer Slimane Aniss always wanted to create an animated series and two years ago he got his chance.
The last time Motion Designer Jon Lutjens collaborated with
Director Anthony Gaddis they were part of the team who made Mac Miller’s posthumous Good News video.
Sarner is known for being a creative agency that specializes in immersive visitor experiences, so when they were asked to head up a new exhibition for the Biotech Room at the King Salman Science Oasis in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, they assembled the perfect team to get the job done. One Small Pixel served as the creative and production company coordinating the content in three main rooms, and they partnered with London-based Ink and Giants to create and direct experiential films as part of the installation.
Freelance art director/motion designer Takayuki Sato is currently living in Japan, where he was born and got his start in the industry. But his career was meaningfully shaped years earlier when he moved to the US to study motion graphics and English.
Jayse Hansen remembers exactly where he was when he realized what he wanted to focus on as an artist. It was 2005 and he was at a design conference listening to fictional user interface (FUI) pioneer Mark Coleran describe how he created FUI for films like Mission Impossible, Alien vs. Predator and The Bourne Identity. Watching intently as Coleran presented his screen designs for mini spy cameras, holo tables and FBI forensic labs, he thought: “That has to be the best job ever.” Though he knew nothing about how to get started, he knew he wanted in.