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 AHOY, I’M ANGIE!

I am a Motion Graphics Designer and Art Director. 

I love working on projects that push my boundaries and make me grow as a designer. The people I form relationships with through my work mean the very most to me, and are the reason why I love what I do. 

 

SELECTS OF MY MOTION DESIGN + ANIMATION WORK

AG Comedy - Design for Sketches

I worked on this show for 7 months. There was a very large workload. We had very short timelines to turn around openings, logos, vfx, and compositing for each sketch. It was a whirlwind of fun!

NETGEAR NIGHTHAWK M1 How-To VIDEO

All of the circular screens on the device were tracked and composited in this video. Most of the logos on phones and laptops were painted out as well. I also designed and animated the graphics.

NIGHTWAWK M1 PRODCUT VIDEO

3D product video showcasing the speed of data using the M1. Animation and Art Direction.

LAUREN HUTTON CARGOLASH

This was my first full 3D project. It was also the first project that I art directed on. I modelled, texture, lit and animated this entire spot.

ELITE CONSTRUCTION

I conceptualized, designed and composited this live action/animated corporate piece. THE Elements were designed and tracked into the live action footage, and showcasing the process and brilliant design of Elite’s wonderful staff.

LOTTO 649 DYNAMIC LEVEL 1

Part 1 of 3 of a campaign. A dynamic design which changes based on assigned data. Art Directed, designed and animated following client’s strict branding guidelines.

FOUR WEDDINGS CANADA

This was a fun opening that I collaborated on with another fun designer. The show concept: 4 brides plan 4 weddings in their own preferred styles and panel votes on which wedding wins.

AT&T/NETGEAR SOCIAL VIDEO CAMPAIGN

A set of videos showcasing the dynamic use of this portable hotspot. The rain and wifi elements were tracked and animated into the live action shots.

COLD WATER COWBOYS IN-SHOW MAP GRAPHICS

I Design and animate a lot of maps and in-show graphics packages for CBC, Discovery and learning channel shows such as Mayday, Deepwreck mysteries and this show, Coldwater Cowboys.

LOVE IT OR LIST IT T.O.

I worked with another designer on this piece – It’s one of my favourites. We used Cinema 4D to create the environment and track the camera move on David and Hilary to composite them into the 3D world. We animated the 3D words to interact with the subjects.

Netgear - ARLO BABY SET-UP

Motion Design for Netgear Arlo Baby camera explainer video. Utilizing the same technology as their renowned security camera and software with a couple adorable extra features.

EQUIFAX - BUSINESS CONNECT PRODUCT VIDEO

A 3D paper world that transitions into a 2D paper world, explaining how to use financial software in a stunning visual representation.

CEEL DEEL

Art Directed, designed + animated this 2D explainer video for a handy app that lets you book all sorts of services.

TELUS OPTIK TV

Graphics, animation, keying + compositing for an explainer video featured in Wet Coast hotels that feature Telus Optik TV as a service. This video is integrated into the welcome screen that features weather and various other local information.

RBC IN-BRANCH ADVERTISING

My team and I concepted and executed designs for standard 16:9 screens and then adapted them to various media sizes as part of in-branch marketing campaigns for RBC Nationl Brand.

STAPLES CORPORATE LAUNCH - QBOD

A sports analogy project with sport imagery to support the script. This video was shown at a conference launching newly integrated processes for training staff for a better customer experience.

PISTON HEAD EXPLAINER VIDEO

This “lyric” style video is made up of paralaxing still images, extracted, animated, and cut in a face paced manor. The company has a quirky and fun loving style. Made for social.

STAPLES INTERNAL TRAINING VIDEO - SQUARE READER

A series of many videos used to onboard new employees.

PRINT + DESIGN

CONTACT ME

 

angie@angieferet.com

 

 

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SKILLS

AFTER EFFECTS
CINEMA 4D
PHOTOSHOP
ADOBE PREMIERE
ILLUSTRATOR

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