Motion graphics project for International Medical Corps for promoting #bumpday. Illustrator graphics provide by a colleague and then animated in After Effects.
At one point I was commission to create some motion graphic videos using audio from CPAC. They project never came to fruition but I had still started work on a few of them. Most of this project is set up in Photoshop and illustrator before bringing it over to After Effects to bring it to life. As mentioned this video was never completed but it is still respectable enough to show.
At one point I was commission to create some motion graphic videos using audio from CPAC. They project never came to fruition but I had still started work on a few of them.
Another video I edited featuring junior community health workers (CHW) trained by International Medical Corps in refugee camps in northern Iraq.
Looking through the archives I found another webseries that got sidelined in 2014. Dead presidents reporting the news that had occurred by mid-week. A fun bit of comedy from the perspective of previous leaders turning over in their graves. Shot on a green screen Wednesday evening and then composited in After Effects and released Thursday morning. The plan is to resurrect it with TeddyAndAbe.com in the future. The majority of the motion graphic came from updating a portions of template from Envato.com but each video required extensive customization. We were leaning on providing a significant portion of the humor with the accompanying visuals as time permitted.
Thomas Jefferson: Matthew Stumphy
Ulysses S Grant: Mike Hammari
George Washington: Lincoln Hoppe
A recent editing project for International Medical Corps highlighting their programs around the world.
A sub series in the Christmas Barrel Calendar where odd Holiday traditions meet investigative journalism.
Festival of St Thomas: Written, edited and produced by Mike Hammari. Shot by Matthew Stumphy.
Krampus Uncovered: Written and produced by Mike Hammari. Shot by Matthew Stumphy. Edited by Dave Broadbent.
There is another version of this video but I decided I could do it better so I reached out to the Zombie Research Society at got permission to update it and include it on the 2015 Christmas Barrel Calendar. This project actually took way longer than necessary. There was a problem getting the original files so I had to scan the illustrations and then break them down into different layers to give it the assisted 3D look. This was another project where most of the work was done in Photoshop but was worth the effort.