Music: Bonobo - Kiara
DAZN promotional marketing video created for NPB Hiroshima Toyo Carp.
Creative Director: Satoshi Yoshida
Tokyo is home to some of the world’s most innovative, provocative, and eye-catching demonstrations of creator culture; and with a number of marquee, globally significant events on the horizon, developments over the coming years are set to catalyse cultural change in the city.
Tokyo 20XX is a consumer insights specialism that dives into the city at street-level and looks at the creators shaping culture at its formative level, as well as the brands who are impacting these spaces. The aim is to provide brands with an entirely new geography of the city: one that puts creator cultures front-and-centre, and maps out new routes and avenues through which brands can make decisive inroads into its ever-changing, ever-evolving media landscape.
Agency: MullenLowe Group Japan
Film By: Sam King
Planning: Mike Sunda, Hazel Naylor
Design: Jody Zhou, David Gogh
Vox Creative and Seeso bring you: Seeso's Guide to Seeso, Brought to You By Seeso!
Agency: Vox Creative
Director: Kirk Larson
Producers: Greg Gordon, Noam Harary
Lead Editor: Bryan Fox
Two promotional videos, Best Match 2017 and Euro Soccer Freaks, to boost viewership during J.League's offseason.
Editor: Erin Kanii
Editor: Erin Kanii
A medley of cartoon theme songs done by Carnegie Hall, Ensemble ACJW!
Filmed and edited by Kornhaber Brown
Agency: Kornhaber Brown
Client: ACJW, Carnegie Hall
A fun little Transformers-style piece I illustrated and animated.
A haiku expressed through motion graphics.
How did a city
with one million shining souls
become so lonely?
Though filmed in New York City, the "city" mentioned in this piece can be figuratively represented by any city in the world. Despite being home to countless people, tall buildings, and bright lights, a city can exude an undeniable sense of loneliness. This becomes particularly true when one is completely immersed in the environment - surrounded by said people, buildings, and lights and left to reflect on how vast a place the world really is. All the footage for this project was shot at Washington Square Park, a well-known landmark and tourist spot. Instead of focusing on the signs of life gathered there, I noticed things that most people would walk right by: a birdhouse up high in a tree, a lone bench, a rusted chain swinging in the wind. These elements, alone and abandoned, became my inspiration for Lonely City.
Animation done for animationsequence.com
1. Start with a 250 px square in the middle of the screen
2. End with a 250 px square in the middle of the screen
All in 10 seconds
Reveal meaningful information through a distinctive set of graphics that is merged with reality.