Animation &

Video Editing

Portfolio

DLSS Explainer & Tech News Opinion

Entirely edited and animated by me in Adobe Premiere & After Effects with some light use of Photoshop. Written and narrated by me, as well. All clips credited in video. Royalty-free stock footage from Pixabay. Music provided by the YouTube Audio Library. Full credits in this Google Doc.

Pokémon Infographic

This was an animated infographic that I put together in After Effects.  I created most of the images in Photoshop and imported the graphics into the final video to be animated.  I am responsible for all non-musical elements of this video, including storyboards, script, images, graphics, animations, and narration.

Review of the Horror Game 'Phasmophobia'

Entirely edited by me in Adobe Premiere with some light use of Photoshop. Written and narrated by me, as well. All clips credited in video. Music provided by the YouTube Audio Library.

Dog Transforms Into An Apple

This is a transformation animation I drew and animated by hand in Adobe Animate.

DesignBox Animated Logo Intro

Discovery Channel Ident Mock-Up

This is an animation I created for a YouTube series I created called DesignBox. I used a mix of Photoshop, Premiere, and After Effects to create this simple intro of the DesignBox logo to use in the beginnings of videos.

This is a TV channel ident I created in After Effects for an assignment at the Art Institutes.  All stock videos and photos came from StoryBlocks and all music and sound effects came from AudioBlocks.  Discovery Channel is owned by Discovery.  This video was created for educational purposes only.

Game Design Analysis of 'Animal Crossing'

Entirely edited by me in Adobe Premiere with some light use of Photoshop. Written and narrated by me, as well. All clips credited in video. Music provided by the YouTube Audio Library.

TV Channel Watermarks

These are mock-up animated watermarks for fake TV channels for an assignment. These were all created in Adobe After Effects.

I have been editing videos since 2012, though I only consider my professional experience to begin in 2017 when I first began using Adobe Premiere Pro for university projects. Beforehand, I had used Magix Vegas (formerly Sony Vegas.)

 

After a few years of using both interchangeably, I finally switched fully to Premiere Pro and After Effects, and I have since become fluent in both programs.