Painstaking footage review, editing, color grading, effects, music selection and ingenuity for a big pay off in these YouTube video ads. Below is the 30 second version, I also created a 15 and 6 second versions for both YouTube and Adobe.
Some midnight oil was burnt creating this Holiday Campaign, paying off in lots of holiday glitter for everyone from Seattle to Times Square in New York City. If all these stop motion animations look time consuming to build – they are 🙂 Times Square Placement In-Store Video – this played on the 5 screen entryway […]
These animated HTML5 banners were targeted to specific areas surrounding new stores pre and post opening. Attention to climate, demographics, local trends and other data was leveraged to maximize response rate.
The MAC Cosmetics product launch at Nordstrom Rack was a big deal. I created these stop motion animations for our paid social placements and an in-store video to greet excited MAC fans.
Title sequence created for a Chevy branded TV and internet pilot named Chevy One to One. My concept that each frame illustrate elements that initiate conversation. Starting with two lines in conversation and leading into an interactive website.
Living Social Presents – Covington Cellars
This sequence created in Adobe After Effects for T-Mobile and the NBA was projected on a dome roof and part of a grand entry.
This title and UI work were created in After Effects and composted with 3D renderings for the promotional landing page of a new smartphone on the T-Mobile website.
This Brooks Sports Inc. spot was originally created as a viral video to help gain exposure for the Nightlife product line. Shot in Seattle’s University District, the video was so successful at highlighting the product’s features that it was given a permanent home on the BrooksRunning.com website as well as the Brooks Sports YouTube and […]
Just a cross sampling of the many monthly front page updates created by Kristian Wheelwright for Brooks Sports Inc. and the Brooksrunning.com home page while he was the lead multimedia designer during his 4 years there. Click the thumbnails to view the interactive home page samples.
These fun video banners were designed and coded by Kristian Wheelwright for t-Mobile featuring NBA stars to showcase a new mobile app. Interactive good times. Dwyane Wade – bobble head banner Dwyane Wade – lane play banner Dwight Howard – bobble head banner
These punchy home pages were created for the T-Mobile website homepage during the winter 2011 buying season.
These videos were created to highlight how super duper speedy the t-Mobile network was. Part of a team that worked on this campaign, Kristian Wheelwright produced the faux branded graphic headers to be mapped on to the loading web chunks. Worked out pretty good, we thinks these videos are pretty funny. go t-mo.
Makes you wanna work at Brooks huh? 🙂
Created for brooks sports utalizing many photos shot by Chase Jarvis, this animated PowerPoint presentation was synced with music and displayed at Big Picture theater for all the big wigs. Not bad for PowerPoint. It has been converted to MP4 for use on this website.
e-Commerce website completed in 2002