IMPACTS, TEARS & TWISTS

A brief exercise in collisions, impacts, tears, twists, and hits. Sound Design by JM Cifonie.
Under Armour : Highlight MC
The live-action spot for Under Armour's Highlight MC Cleat, featuring Leonard Fournette. Already Been Chewed was tasked with the production of the spot — designing CG and VFX shots — transitions from live-action to CG, color grading, 2D graphics, and the final edit. My role involved designing, animating, and compositing the CG transitions and camera moves, color-match / light match CG shots with footage, shoe rig and grass impact animations, some editing, and the tread-melt-triangle effect.
Bog Scallops
An abridged super-short. In a land where the trees and plants grow with memories of a mechanical age, sits a bog lit by lost technology. Bob, the last remaining caretaker, keeps things running by trolling the waters in search of small pods known as Bog Scallops. Created as a self-initiated project. Concept / Design / Animation Sound JM Cifonie
Lightsaber Phrenesis
A quick, frenetic animation created to help promote the Star Wars themed Art Show "Powerful You Have Become" hosted by Already Been Chewed at Atama. It looped with other Star Wars themed animations on display. Concept, direction, modeling, animation, texturing, lighting, compositing. Sound Design by JM Cifonie.
Malibu Boats | Monsoon Engine | Command Center
A series of animations created to highlight the many high-end features of Malibu Boats — from the Monsoon Engine's Front End Accessory Drive and Direct Injection technology, to the Command Center's multiple points of control over the boat's different functions and features. As one of the lead artists at Already Been Chewed, my role included camera animation and choreography of shots, piston animations, UI design and animations, look-dev, styleframes, compositing, and other various tasks.
Nixon / Street League
A 15 second animation sizzling Nixon's one-of-a-kind Street League Watch for the Championship games. My role involved animation, simulations, edit, compositing. Created at AlreadyBeenChewed.
G-Shock : GA700UC-3A
Long-form spot for G-Shock's GA700UC-3A watch, showcasing it's water resistance, shock absorption, and overall toughness through military undertones. Working as one of the lead artists at Already Been Chewed I created shotlists, styleframes, and animations. Below are some shots I helped conceive, design, and animate. 
Nixon | Solo : A Star Wars Story
A collaboration between Nixon and Star Wars for the Timetracker watch — an animated spot for Solo : A Star Wars Story, inspired by the films characters and environments.
The Droids : Nixon x Star Wars
Two Spots I worked on at Already Been Chewed for Nixon’s release of the Star Wars Light Side watch set C3PO and R2D2. Collaborating with Nixon and Star Wars / LucasFilm, we developed the iconic droids into watch form with C3PO dismembered into pieces and R2D2 assisting within an X-Wing. My role involved leading the C3PO spot and animating shots 2 and 4 on R2D2, along with other various tasks. Sound Design by JM Cifonie.
FOX RACING V3 | RPC
The animation spots showcasing the Moto V3 and MTB RPC Fox helmets — highlighting the features that make them two of the most technologically advanced helmets on the mountain and track. As one of the lead artists at Already Been Chewed, my role involved developing styleframes, animation, flow / timing / edit, foliage, x-ray development, water-bead displacement, compositing, and other various tasks.
New Balance All Terrain : Hierro | 850-AT
The animation spots showcasing New Balance's all-terrain trail running shoes — The Hierro and 850-AT. The concept incorporated the idea of highlighting the key features across a stylized and rugged terrain, and with a single step, hit the different tech-points that make up the shoes. Working as one of the lead artists at Already Been Chewed, my role involved designing the animatic, creating styleframes, camera animation, shoe rigging and animation, terrain and vegetation animation, clear-coating on side of shoe, and rendering final animations.
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