Oli the Olive


The Incredible Adventures of Oli the Olivari Olive and Friends A.K.A. "Oli the Olive" is a series of 12 short animations created for the Olivari Olive Oil as a part of their "Year of the Little" campaign. The episodes were released once every month, throughout the entire 2013.

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Nexus 7: Grandma


Nexus 7: Grandma is a video banner - a one minute visit to the wonderful world of grandparents, as seen through the eyes of a child. Following the tabletop aesthetic of Nexus 7 campaign, it abstracts the story into a series of carefully curated still life compositions. But I would not be myself if I stopped there...

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Google: Nexus Playground


For the 2012 launch of the new Nexus family of devices, we imagined a playful world of Google services interacting around a stack of devices. Following the success of the first Nexus Playground video, we were then asked to create a series of sequels, each talking about a particular type of experience Nexus can provide to its users. The films below were originally published inside rich media banners, as a part of Google's 2012/2013 Nexus: The Playground is Open campaign.

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Nexus Q: Sweet, Smart


Nexus Q: Sweet, Smart is a little something something I cooked up a while ago for the launch of Google's new media player. The product has been shelved, the video never produced, but I still have this kickass test.

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Morhipo ads and how MovieType saved my skin


I remember the first time John from Motionworks shown me a beta version of MovieType. Pretty cool - I remember saying - I'm sure it will be useful to the people who do lots of 3D text, but not really something I would use in my projects.

While I was certainly impressed with both the idea and the implementation of MovieType, I really did not think I'd ever have any need for it. My motion pieces rarely, if ever, use 3D typography. I may throw an After Effects 3D text layer here and there, but that's pretty much it.

And then came the Morhipo.com gig.

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Sun Ich: Purely Fruit


This project was my first venture into the world of slow motion demo shots, and a pretty successful one, if I may judge it myself. It's been shot over the course of 24hrs on Phantom HD and edited in my standard After Effects environment.

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Oli the Olive


The Incredible Adventures of Oli the Olivari Olive and Friends A.K.A. "Oli the Olive" is a series of 12 short animations created for the Olivari Olive Oil as a part of their "Year of the Little" campaign. The episodes were released once every month, throughout the entire 2013.

Read More


Likes2 Comments1 Minutes

Nexus 7: Grandma


Nexus 7: Grandma is a video banner - a one minute visit to the wonderful world of grandparents, as seen through the eyes of a child. Following the tabletop aesthetic of Nexus 7 campaign, it abstracts the story into a series of carefully curated still life compositions. But I would not be myself if I stopped there...

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Google: Nexus Playground


For the 2012 launch of the new Nexus family of devices, we imagined a playful world of Google services interacting around a stack of devices. Following the success of the first Nexus Playground video, we were then asked to create a series of sequels, each talking about a particular type of experience Nexus can provide to its users. The films below were originally published inside rich media banners, as a part of Google's 2012/2013 Nexus: The Playground is Open campaign.

Read More


Likes10 Comments1 Minutes

Nexus Q: Sweet, Smart


Nexus Q: Sweet, Smart is a little something something I cooked up a while ago for the launch of Google's new media player. The product has been shelved, the video never produced, but I still have this kickass test.

Read More


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Morhipo ads and how MovieType saved my skin


I remember the first time John from Motionworks shown me a beta version of MovieType. Pretty cool - I remember saying - I'm sure it will be useful to the people who do lots of 3D text, but not really something I would use in my projects.

While I was certainly impressed with both the idea and the implementation of MovieType, I really did not think I'd ever have any need for it. My motion pieces rarely, if ever, use 3D typography. I may throw an After Effects 3D text layer here and there, but that's pretty much it.

And then came the Morhipo.com gig.

Read More


Likes0 Comments5 Minutes

Sun Ich: Purely Fruit


This project was my first venture into the world of slow motion demo shots, and a pretty successful one, if I may judge it myself. It's been shot over the course of 24hrs on Phantom HD and edited in my standard After Effects environment.

Read More


Likes7 Comments1 Minutes