I've always loved a good challenge. Coming out of college, I felt confident in my video editing abilities but still really new to the motion graphics game. Then, as fate would have it, a position for a Motion Graphics Designer opened up at the ad agency I interned for in my junior year
at Kent State. I jumped on the job and learned as I went. Within the first month, I was already editing footage for commercials, animating massive 7,000 pixel-wide LED banners that wrapped around Cleveland's stadiums, and recording radio in the sound booth.
After I was hired on as a Digital Designer for Progressive, I found ways to keep my video and animation abilities fresh by applying what I knew to social ads, sizzle reels, and even the loading animation featured across the company's entire site!
As a Senior Designer at Yahoo, I designed and animated a bunch of logos for the site's home page. One of which, drove 4 million voter registrations!