I worked as a translator and assistant editor on the Ukraine-side ‘Chance’ campaign for Nike. Their global campaign gave thousands of young footballers the chance to compete for a spot in a professional football club:
I was then retained to work on the remaining 9 ‘village’ clips, as well as their associated interviews. In total, I ended up working on 19 short clips for Chic Outlet Shopping Villages on behalf of post-production house Archer’s Mark.
The half-hour comedy episode (based on William Shakespeare’s unwitting, time-travelling brother) is not available online, but I also did the worked on the following promo clip (motion graphics and titles):
As of July 2013, the show is slated for an animated series release.
A partial break-down of the graphics I worked on can by seen at 01:24 on the 2012 Title and Motion Graphics showreel. The images below show the before/afters of some corrections and screen replacements:
I was asked to edit together a collection of digital film projects submitted by SAE Institute London students. The showreel needed titles to identify the institute’s logo, project and participants’ names. I was given a styleguide sheet and asked to follow specific colour/shape criteria.