Designer Min Shi joins us this week to discuss the surprisingly short story of her journey in the industry, working her way up to a job at Elastic after only two years, some of the films, artists, and cinematographers who inspire us, and where the trajectory of her career might be headed.Read More
Art director and designer Toros Kose joins us this week to discuss his life’s path in and how it wasn’t originally focused on being an artist, his goal-driven focus, and our immense love for photography.Read More
Freelance art director and motion designer Mitch Myers joins us this week to share his story and some of the lessons he’s learned about finding balance in his life and the art of freelancing. Mitch offers some very useful advice and tips for those of you who are striving for balance in your creative life.Read More
Designer, animator, and director Andrew Vucko joins us this week to tell us how a recent trip to Japan has been influencing him, how and why he chooses to focus solely on 2D animation, and how the arcade game Dance Dance Revolution has made a major impact on his life.Read More
Creative director Sava Zivkovic joins us this week to discuss all things creative from motion capture to concept design, we talk about his love of architecture and how it really helped him dive deep into CGI. If you’re looking for a creative boost of inspiration, Sava’s positive outlook and process is one to take many lessons from!Read More
You wanted more, so we got more! Entrepreneur and all-around badass Chris Do joins us once again to touch base on some of the topics we discussed in our last episode, and we touch base on his recent ventures, how he manages it all, and where he currently is in life.Read More
Video Copilot’s very own Andrew Kramer is here to share his thoughts on the visual effects industry, his process of learning and sharing new skills, and what motivates him to be such a badass.Read More
Los Angeles-based motion designer and director Casey Hupke joins us this week to discuss the perks of working from home, the age-old debate of Mac vs PC with tons of tech nerd talk to boot, and some information about the game he’s developing with his wife.Read More
Slovenia-based motion graphic designer Nejc Polovsak joins us this week to share how he achieves such a unique vibrancy in his work, how he got started on his artistic path, and how his location affects his life socially, creatively, and professionally.Read More
Greg Gunn, a designer and creative director at Blind, joins us this week for a wonderful conversation about his early artistic adventures with graffiti, his experiences with and opinions regarding art school, and offers insight about his upcoming projects and aspirationsRead More
Jorge Canedo Estrada, otherwise known as Jr.canest speaks with us about becoming a father and maintaining the work/life balance, his career as a motion graphics animator working with our friends Jay and Leah from Giant Ant, and the Vimeo page he curates called Wine After Coffee.
He also discusses some of his goals for the future and his position on the state of the industry.
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Joshua Harvey, an extremely talented motion graphic designer and illustrator joins us this week to share his experience working at the studio Buck in Los Angeles, the processes behind some of his work, and some influential pieces of design and animation.Read More
Pablo Gonzalez is a multi-talented director, motion designer, and compositor for film and game cinematics. His award-winning short films, For You, My People and Mike Inc., have screened at several film festivals around the world, including Annecy, Hiroshima, SXSW, Montreal, LA Shorts and the Vancouver Int'l Film Festival. Pablo was heading the Motion Graphics Department at Goldtooth Creative, a VFX and motion graphics studio based in Vancouver. He recently branched off and is now freelancing. He has animated and directed commercials, installations, and other video projects for a multitude of notable clients, like Warner Brothers, Electronic Arts, Capcom, and Ubisoft, just to name a few.
In this podcast, we gather a more in-depth look into the elements that have contributed to Pablo's success, his personal outlook on the future direction of his career, and how he aims to get there.Read More
A seasoned veteran in the title design world, Danny Yount, who is mostly self taught, and learned his craft under the tutelage of other mentors - joins us to discuss his life, early beginnings, ego, depression, and offers some advice to up and coming designers.Read More