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Bunches of fun little (and big) banners for a grand May roll out of 365 a new Whole Foods store targeted at millennials. First I get sign off on the story boards of every banner at every size then animate like a machine 🙂
Title sequence created for a Chevy branded TV and internet pilot named Chevy One to One. Each frame is a pictorial illustrating elements that lead into a conversation – starting with two lines in conversation and leading into and interactive website.
These email redlines and templates were part of an brand standard guide for the University of Phoenix re-brand establishing the look and feel of digital communications for marketing and advertising.
This Visa campaign full screen push down banner was part of a series of interactive takeover banners designed and developed for use on the Amazon.com website. The banners have since been removed from the Amazon CMS and are no longer available to view.
This fun package was sent out to the publishers and media folks to promote Brooks shoes and apparel for the holiday season. This Award winning piece was featured in Communication Arts Magazine.
These fun and edgy game banners are part of the award winning HomeAway campaign. DiGiDAY: DAILY DiVA Digital Video Awards – HomeAway “Best Viral Video Content” for Griswold’s Hotel Hell Vacation. TV Guide Network Awards: Top 10 Commercials of 2010 – HomeAway “Hotel Hell” ranked #9 Griswolds Door to Nowhere Griswolds Noisy Neighbors
This hand drawn logo artwork was produced for the Seahags surfing and snowboard apparel company in 1996.
These Les Schwab retro game banners were created to emulate 8 bit video games and win your heart with a little nostalgic game play.
Microsoft “My Mobile Media” was a immersive roll in the new emerging smartphone technology. The task was to develop the functional specification and design both a mobile and desktop application to manage your personal media. This UI UX work was produced for Microsoft Corporation in 2005-2006.
Worked on a team as part of the in-house agency at Brooks Sports Inc.to create these stunning seasonal apparel and footwear catalogs.
Living Social Presents – Covington Cellars
Packaging produced for ScreenCrack, an upstart company marketing self repair kits to fix the extremely fragile iPhone 3G and later glass screens.
This sequence created in Adobe After Effects for T-Mobile and the NBA was projected on a dome roof and part of a grand entry.
This title and UI work were created in After Effects and composted with 3D renderings for the promotional landing page of a new smartphone on the T-Mobile website.
The online Shoe Advisor was an involved project spanning multiple teams at Brooks Sports Inc. For this complex project it involved being the sole liaison between the marketing, sales, web teams and the bio-mechanics experts at Brooks. The final deliverable was re-skinnable for junior designers and easily update-able with an external file for the web […]
This Flash piece adorned the Brooks Sports Home page. Its focus was on winter apparel. Using static images and illustrations I created this piece with actionscript and time line based animation and interactivity.
This Brooks Sports Inc. spot was originally created as a viral video to help gain exposure for the Nightlife product line. Shot in Seattle’s University District, the video was so successful at highlighting the product’s features that it was given a permanent home on the BrooksRunning.com website as well as the Brooks Sports YouTube and […]
Colorful and lively like the most of the Brooks employees, these photographs staged and taken by Kristian Wheelwright were originally included in the PR Experts Guide. A guide to make these experts of the industry accessible and approachable to the retailers of Brooks footwear and apparel.
Just a cross sampling of the many monthly front page updates created by Kristian Wheelwright for Brooks Sports Inc. and the Brooksrunning.com home page while he was the lead multimedia designer during his 4 years there. Brooks Sports, a fun group. cheers.