High-end animated presentations and pitch decks are my specialty
I honed my presentation design skills while working at Walt Disney, where I had to deliver the most complex and beautifully animated decks under extreme deadlines to company’s top executives. I used the expertise that I acquired there to keep designing presentations for media and tech giants such as 21st Century Fox, Warner Bros., NBC Universal and Facebook. I craft my decks using Apple Keynote, Microsoft Powerpoint and Google Slides, along with the arsenal of Adobe CC software such as After Effects.
The way from printed inks to dancing pixels
I started my career in the world of print design, where the beauty lies in the details of a static layout — a brochure page, poster, piece of packaging, or anything that has colored ink printed on it. As the world we live in and the very definition of what a graphic designer should be kept changing, I felt the need for a new challenge. I found it in the world of motion graphics. Going step-by-step I schooled myself in the technical intricacies of using After Effects to breathe new life into my designs by making them move on a digital screen.
Over last couple of years, I have had the opportunity to create a bunch of cool video pieces for Walt Disney and for hi-tech giants of Silicon Valley, such as Salesforce, Cisco Systems and Hewlett Packard.
Motion graphics demo reel video
Cisco Open Stack video
Disney Publishing Sizzle video
Hewlett Packard video