Portfolio Categories: Motion

Customer Confidential Intro Video

Customer Confidential Intro Video QAlert Customer Confidential is a new video newsletter produced by QScend Technologies' learning department. Each newsletter will compile content from QScend's other content streams (including the blog, magazine, and webinars) to share customer success stories, software tips, updates, and larger editorial features. I designed and animated this 15-second introductory clip, setting the tone for the newsletter and sharing the types of [...]
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Inspire Summit 2021

Inspire Summit 2021 Inspire Summit 2021 was a virtual tech summit / webinar series produced by QScend Technologies in March 2021. Over 150 local government professionals from QScend's userbase attended the three day event.Working in-house, I got full control over the branding and promotional design work for the summit. I was tasked with producing a logo, introductory video, web banners, web portal, and webinar console [...]
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Studio Underground

Studio Underground Studio Underground is an audio/visual livestream experience produced by LA-Based production company Something Void Studios. I had the opportunity to jump in before the inaugural stream, creating a logo for the show, animated gig posters for social, and some additional graphics to be used during the stream.A major facet of Studio Underground is psychedelic visuals, with analog video editing projected across the performing [...]
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QAlert Overview Explainer

QAlert Overview Explainer QScend Technologies’ flagship product, QAlert, is a software suite and CRM system that allows municipal governments to receive and manage their constituents non-emergency issues. I was tasked with condensing the many workflows, intake options, and multi-step processes within QAlert into an easily-digestible explainer video. I had the pleasure of designing and animating the 1min video in its entirety.
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Silent Sadie

Silent Sadie Silent Sadie is an in-development, crowd-funded indie game from No Moon Studio. The game is a side-scrolling platformer set in 1920’s Hollywood. Protagonist and young actress Sadie sets out to “make it” as a stunt woman. No Moon gave me the opportunity to design and animate a logo for the game. They wanted the logo to match the setting, pulling influence from early [...]
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Party of One

Party of One Party of One is a small personal animation project of mine. It was born out of a mixture of boredom and pandemic blues, but gave me a chance to play with simple character animation, texture, and gradients. Salud! [video width="1400" height="1400" mp4="http://calebbrand.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Mushroom-Man-Update.mp4" autoplay="true"]    
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Co-Conspirators

Co-Conspirators These partners in crime started as a mid-phone call doodle. I decided that they would be perfect for an animated reveal. For this project, my goal was to inject as much personality and atmosphere into as short an animation as possible. I kept the color palette and illustration details to a minimum in order to put all of the emphasis on the secondary motion [...]
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Harvest Mirrors

Harvest Mirrors This series of illustration was inspired by the changing CT seasons. Moving into Autumn, I created these mirrored squares full of imagery of tradesman’s tools, harvest, foliage, and some mystical elements for good measure. [video width="1400" height="1400" mp4="http://calebbrand.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Mirror-Crystal.mp4" loop="true" autoplay="true"]  
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Remembering

Remembering This piece is a collaboration with a good friend, Alexandra Dobell, who is a writer, photographer, and artist. She approached me with an original poem and asked if I could create an animation to compliment it. The resulting combination of poetry and animation is below.
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QAlert Insider Live

QAlert Insider Live Insider Live is a podcast/videocast attached to QScend Technologies’ blog, QAlert Insider. Hosts from the learning department bring on various customers as guests, discussing best practices for using the software products, success stories, and more. When the cast launched, I created the logo and intro animation. As always, I stayed true to QScend’s style guide, keeping the design clean and modern and [...]
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