Hi Friends! Please enjoy our new reel! It's a mix of a ton of work we have done over the past few years.
Hey all! Here is an assortment of our agency and commercial work we have done over the years. You will see a lot of end tags, composition, post, motion tracking and editing. Enjoy! Also call us for more work - we bribe...
Using a new brand style developed by Spillt, This video showcased the products that the new Spectrum Reach has to offer to direct to business consumers. We showcase this message using high end 3-D and special effects and compositing techniques to portray the massive amount of tools at the consumer's fingertips.
Client: Charter Communications
Audio: Coupe Studios
EP: Rebecca Olson
Senior Producer: Julie Morrandez
Creative Director: Ed Rhine
3D Animation/Modeling: Harrison Vincent
2D Animation: Jason Oberg, Harrison Vincent, Siovean Lehner
Compositing: Harrison Vincent, Ed Rhine
Our good friends at Ebb+Flow Creative approach us this summer to collaborate on a unique project for the massive international automotive brand Continental. The team at Spillt helped to flush out the creative as well as handle the design and animation for a one of a kind sales presentation in Germany.
Continental's new tag line, "The Future In Motion" sparked the idea of creating a dynamic video and augmented reality app to illustrate the breadth of Continental's product lineup. Spillt brought in Mode Set as a partner for the app, the final product allows the user to navigate around augmented 3D models of high end automobiles while showcasing the Continental components in action.
For the overall design aesthetic, Spillt worked to develop the representation of a futuristic digital drafting table that we felt would both reflect the direction of Continental as well as the analog roots of product design and manufacturing. Our team worked in Cinema 4D, After Effects, and Illustrator to bring this to fruition and worked with Coupe Studios to design audio that reflects the hard hitting world of high end supercars.
Agency: Ebb & Flow Creative
Audio: Coupe Studios
EP: Rebecca Olson
Senior Producer: Julie Morrandez
Creative Director: Ed Rhine / Shane Kendrick
3D Animation/Modeling: Harrison Vincent, Derek Superville
2D Animation: Harrison Vincent, Derek Superville, Siovean Lehner
Leading up to the release of the PIXELS movie, SPILLT was tasked with creating a series of ten-second spots to cross-promote the movie with TBS. We pitched a series of designs inspired by the movie’s classic arcade game universe as well as a few featuring characters from the movie. In the end TBS elected to run with scenes featuring Pacman, Donkey Kong, Qbert and a few others, so from Sony's character toolkit elements we embellished and supplemented (and occasionally rebuilt) the iconic characters to create micro-stories of interaction with the TBS logo. The SPILLT team also went to work recreating all of the pixel block builds from scratch to enhance transitions and movement. We also had the benefit of some killer audio from Coupe to help bring that quintessential arcade soundtrack back into it. For all the grief the movie is catching, Sony’s animators did an amazing job bringing some glow and sizzle to their 3D characters, so it yielded some fun creative opportunities and a satisfying end result. Plus, we got to explode, you know, like, a ton of blocks.
3D Modeling/Animation: Harrison Vincent, Kevin Liotti
Animation & Design: Jason Oberg, Harrison Vincent, John Camalick, Brian Long
Executive Producer: Rebecca Olsen
Producer: Julie Morrandez
CD: Ryan Bramwell
CP+B commissioned SPILLT to sync up with an editorial house, VFX company and a post-production house to join forces and create 12 commercial end tags for Best Buy over the 2014 Holiday Season. Because things can get moving pretty fast, SPILLT implemented its streamlined production and creative process to pull all the collaborators together. This process has been truly honed over the years; it’s not something that just magically happens. It takes experience in the trenches to fine tune a system to make it 100% foolproof. In this particular case, not only did lots of hands touch the spots, but multiple companies did as well, each with multiple levels of approval processes. Having a streamlined system—both internally and externally—helped keep everyone focused on the work and quality high. Here’s how it went down: Some of the product shots from the Best Buy Holiday campaign were captured in-camera, but the majority were modeled and composited to allow for maximum flexibility. Leading up to the shoot, SPILLT received boxes of products for the animators to model—not Vanna White style, although those who shall remain nameless still did their best attempt. On-set photos of the products were shot for reference, but most end tags wound up consisting of CG products composited into empty scenes. You'll never know which! Un-color-corrected 4K backplates arrived from each shoot day and left the house with products in them, then came back color-corrected for final tweaks and graphics. This method allowed endless opportunities for products to spin and tilt from one position to the next. For a stint there, SPILLT could easily have been mistaken for a Best Buy store with all of the merchandise on hand. SPILLT also created the snappy 2-D graphics in the spots to correspond with the company’s current print campaign. Client: Cactus CP+B 3D Modeling: Harrison Vincent, Dan Bucknam Compositing and Animation: Jason Oberg, Curt Cooper Animation & Design: Jason Oberg and Harrison Vincent Executive Producer: Beth Cooper Producer: Rebecca Olson CD: Curt Cooper and Ryan Bramwell
Deloitte's DU Press division came to SPILLT with a lofty goal of developing an animation to visualize the high end concepts contained in their 2015 Business Trends report. Based around the metaphor of businesses as ecosystems, our team created a visual language of abstract particles, strings, surfaces and geometric designs that depict the deep interdependence and interaction of players in the ecosystem. It's a rare opportunity to be able to work in such an abstract realm, devoid of on screen text and data. We loved every minute of it and hope you do as well.
Client: Deloitte DU Press
Audio: Coupe Studios
EP/Senior Producer: Rebecca Olson
Creative Director: Ed Rhine
3D Animation/Modeling: Harrison Vincent, Brian Long
2D Animation/Compositing: Harrison Vincent, Jason Oberg, Brian Long
Denver agency Cactus + SPILLT have a long history of collaborating together on projects. So when the chance came along to animate and breathe life (and heavy sarcasm) into two little robots for a witty campaign, SPILLT jumped at the chance. Both :15 spots are currently airing locally. Client: Cactus Audio: Dynamite Laser Beam Creative Direction: Ryan Bramwell Producer: Beth Cooper Character & Animation: Jason Oberg
Our awesome pals from Cactus came to us to Animated this amazing illustration for The Mental Health Center of Denver. Client: Cactus Ryan Johnson, Creative Director Andy Bartosch, Copywriter Brian Neumann, Art Director Brooke Woodruff, Executive Producer Joe Conrad, Founder, CEO Samantha Clements, Acct Executive Animation: Ryan Bramwell, Brian Long, Mark Godoy
Adult Swim has counted on SPILLT to either animate, design or both! for several of its network’s shows’ end cards including Rick & Morty & Funny or Die. So SPILLT was psyched to step up to the plate once again when Adult Swim needed someone to construct end cards for the series premiere of Black Jesus, its latest live-action original. The result of the promos? Nothing short of the HIGHEST SERIES RATING. Sha-blam. Perfect example of how the best of both worlds can come together and make ratings magic. This promo was edited by Adult Swim's in-house team. SPILLT designed and animated the end cards. Agency: Adult Swim Creative Direction: Ryan Bramwell Producer: Beth Cooper Design: Ryan Bramwell, Tom Bik, Jason Oberg Animation: Jason Oberg
Brand Video - Dunk
Do not mess with these kids! Or else they will slingshot you with a greasy, gooey blob of spaghetti noodles. Made tapped SPILLT for VFX, compositing and color correction for these two smirk inducing 7th Generation spots. Client: 7th Generation Agency & Edit: Made Movement Post, VFX and Finish: SPILLT Director - Steve Capstick Creative Direction: Curt Cooper Producer: Beth Cooper Design, Animation & Post: Brian Long, Curt Cooper
Welcome citizens, to The Republic Collective! The Republic is a network of production companies and ad agencies that participate in collaborative production in Middle America. The Republic is able to keep production local by tapping into its vast network of nationwide talent to provide recommendations for directors, post-production, motion graphic design, visual effects, digital / interactive talent and online advertising. The Republic Collective consists of companies and people who share common values and uphold the highest production standards. This summer, SPILLT was invited into The Republic Collective as one of their premier motion design and post-production partners. Excited by the prospect of joining a wide network of like-minded creative professionals, our team jumped at the opportunity to develop the flagship video for this amazing group of national talent. Our intentions: To captivate, excite and inspire the audience and showcase this momentous change in how our industry connects with new opportunities. Client: The Republic Collective Executive Producers / Partners: Danielle Bryan, Erika Levy and Brady Anderton Copywriter: Dave Thomas Original composition and sound design: Andrew Vastola Creative Direction: Ryan Bramwell Producer: Beth Mack Character Design & Animation: : Zoe Heatwole and Daniel Rosenberg Animation Direction: Brian Long
2013 Data Breach Investigation Report
Will your organization, or one you work with, suffer a security breach this year? Nobody’s immune, no target is too small, or too large. The methods used by hackers to gain access to data are numerous, wide-reaching and ever-growing. This isn’t a threat you can afford to ignore. Verizon's 2013 Data Breach Investigation report explains this matter in detail. Our new partnership with the Fueld Films team showcases a strong collaborative effort to tackle large scale projects. Our team designed directed and animated the spot from the ground up. All footage is stock and recolored to give the style a filmic approach and the graphic elements were composited and tracked in every shot. Cityscapes were modeled and animated in-house. Client: Verizon & McCann Agency: McCann Co-Produced with Fueld Films Executive Producer: Brady Anderton McCann Creatives: Todd Omelchuk, David Yost, Oscar Arvizu Todd Gorzitze, VP, Production Services Director Creative Direction: Curt Cooper Design & Animation: Curt Cooper, Ryan Bramwell, Morgan James, Tom Bik, John Camalick, Dylan Dickey Edit: Ben Eslinger Audio: Coupe Studios Executive Producer: Kim Peterson.
Call for Entries
An experimental piece we completed for Art Director's Club Denver for the nation's largest paper fashion show. Client: Art Directors Club Denver Direction, Design, Animation: Curt Cooper Animation: Brian Long Text/Logo: Ryan Bramwell
Noodles in Space
Astronauts are busy doing their experiments in space. It certainly doesn't look easy. During the astronauts' breaks, they set out for dinner. Our great friends at Crispin Porter came to us to edit and color these amazing spots for Kraft. Client: CP+B Producer: Dustin Freeman Creatives: Ben Smith and Hemant Jain Post producer: Beth Cooper Editors: Jeff Wilson and Ryan Simpson
The team at The Climate Reality Project came to us to bring a lighthearted approach to this year's 24 Hours of Reality Event which airs 24 continuous hours of climate content. Client: Climate Reality Project Agency Producer: Lisa Effress Design: Jason Oberg, Curt Cooper, Brian Long Animation: Jason Oberg, Brian Long Producer: Beth Cooper
AMC came to SPILLT with an opportunity to create a co-branded vignette between one of their main sponsors, Clorox and their critically acclaimed series Mad Men. This :15 sec. vignette, inspired by the Mad Men open, gives us a glimpse into the world of an advertising exec meeting a woman at a bar. Ad guys get dirty and Clorox is there to clean up their messes. The client was so pleased with the vignette that they decided to turn it into a broadcast spot, which aired during the final two episodes of season 4. Client: AMC Producer: Samira Qureshi Animation/Design: Ryan Bramwell Sounds Design/Music Composition: Evan Pollack Executive Producer: Kim Peterson
Adult Swim / Cartoon Network is one of our most beloved clients for obvious reasons. They consistently come to us with the most spectacular concepts and art work to animate. This time, SPILLT was tasked with animating some amazing artwork for their end tags. Lets face it, Rick and Morty kick ass! Client: Adult Swim Director of Production: Chris Hartley Animation: Ryan Bramwell Post Producer: Beth Cooper
Here is a quick edit of a small portion of the shots we have worked on for Verizon 4G network campaign. All footage has been tracked and composited for main edits. 100% of digital screens were composited. The elements were designed and animated by SPILLT. The Verizon spots—executed with McCann Erickson and in collaboration with Fueld Films—are eye-catching extensions of the current campaign aimed at fast paced professionals who are online often as they travel for business across the country. In total, SPILLT has realistically composited and motion tracked 67 different shots ranging in a multitude of locations and lit environments for their 4G online videos. Client: Verizon Agency:McCann Erikson Production/Edit/Color: Fueld Films Composite/Design/Animation: SPILLT Creative Direction: Curt Cooper, Ryan Bramwell Producer: Beth Cooper Design & Animation: Brian Long, Curt Cooper, Daniel Rosenberg
MC Subcon FT. Kam Moye
Escape has been a SPILLT pet project for nearly 7 months. It was shot entirely in-house on our green screen, and combines the use of illustration, film, photography and 3-D motion design. The video is built from more than 130 animated Photoshop brushes to create each scene. Each group of brushes were layered over each other or built on to create both the environments and the elements in the video. Combining animation, design and musical talents from the Denver scene, this video represents a true collaboration of local artists. Special thanks to Jasper at Futuristic Films for providing us with some new cameras and thanks to our old pals at New Frontier for providing lighting for the shoot. For artist sites, please visit: mcsubcon.com supastition.com Client: MC Subcon and Kam Moye Music By: Mc Subcon and Kam Moye Design, Direction, Animation: Ryan Bramwell, Chris Sayres and Brian Long Assist Animation: Jason Wyatt
CBS Sports Network came back to the SPILLT team to help them create a highly editable toolkit that could be used weekly to showcase their in-game promotional spots. The toolkit was shot on location as part of the CBS Sports Network new brand development. This challenged SPILLT to implement the footage into the current brand packaging. It includes highly editable intros, lower thirds, mortises, back plates and end pages that allow the CBS Sports Network team to create new segments on the fly and on location. SPILLT also provided a style guide to keep all editors in line with the new brand packaging. The spots are currently being shown on-air during any given CBS College Football game. Client: CBS Sports Network Senior Manager, On-Air Creative: Michael DeFusco Producer: Evan Harris Direction: Ryan Bramwell, Curt Cooper Animation & Design: Brian Long/Curt Cooper Executive Producer: Kim Peterson
“The Pledge” was a concept developed by Nat Geo encouraging viewers to DVR the premiere of Wild Justice, which happened to be going up against Sunday Night Football. Nat Geo wanted to run a spot that basically said, “We’re fans too, set the DVR and catch us later.” -excerpt from mediapost.com Shot on green screen and cast by the rock star crew at Wee Beastie. Nat Geo called on SPILLT to edit, composite and color correct the talent into background still photography. This spot, combined with the main promo package we developed for the series, helped Wild Justice become the highest rated series premiere in Nat Geo history beating out Discovery and History Channels. Client: National Geographic Channel VP & Creative Director: Andy Baker Writer & Producer: Sean McLaughlin Senior Motion Designer & Direction: Jeremy Tate Director: Chris McKenna (Wee Beastie) Executive Producer: Monica Hinden (Wee Beastie) Art Direction, Compositing, Color, Animation: SPILLT
CACTUS Media came to us to illustrative their campaign for Denver Zoo's new $50 million expansion of the Toyota Elephant Passage. Using our massive toolset of animated brushes and mattes, we rebuilt this still painting into a world filled with depth and excitement. The digital, watercolor-style artwork, titled “Elephants’ Bridge,” “Gibbons’ Island,” and “Cranes’ Waterfall,” is all by Kory Heinzen of Redwood City, Calif. — better known for his film animation for such Dreamworks movies as Shrek (2 and 3rd) and Megamind. Client: CACTUS Media Animation: Spillt Music and Sound Design: Coupe Studios
Upfront Info Spot
Upfront season is upon us and this year Turner Networks came to our team to create something special for this year's UpFront presentation. Turner's "FanUp" energetically overviews this year's new content and technology & opens up their Upfront presentation. Our team created, wrote, edited and animated this spot in a visually centric and energetic manner to hold viewer's attention. It also represents our unique collaboration with our audio partner, Coupe Studios. Client: Turner Entertainment Network, The Sponsor Shop Producer: Karen Hutchison Creative Direction: Ryan Bramwell, Curt Cooper Design & Animation: Ryan Bramwell, Curt Cooper, Brian Long Audio: Coupe Studios Executive Producer: Kim Peterson
Our friends at TLC came to us to integrate Arm & Hammer Products into the TLC brand naturally and without the normal sales pitch. Our team created and wrote this concept which delivers a direct connection between the product and the network in a manner all families can relate to...LAUNDRY! The concept was immediately identified with the TLC team and enhanced the bond between network and product relations overall. Plus, its super fun! Client: TLC Director Branded Entertainment (TLC): Pauline McAuley Creative Direction: Ryan Bramwell Design/Animation: Brian Long Audio: Coupe Studios Copywriting: Eric Singer, Coupe Studios Executive Producer: Kim Peterson
Promo Edit and Design
The Military Channel came to explore the possibilities of what would happen if John F. Kennedy died before he was able to lead us through the Cuban Missile Crisis. What would happen if LBJ was there to take his place? These new spots define our edit capabilities in collaboration with amazing networks telling amazing stories. Spillt was tasked with editing, writing and developing the style of this promo event. We choose to develop an iconic representation of a new "American Flag" for this alternate reality that has come to pass as our main delivery device. It's eerie feeling set the tone for promo. Client: Military Channel Executive Producer and CD: Alberto Enriquez Creative Direction: Ryan Bramwell Design Direction and Animation: Hector Espinoza Edit: Ryan Simpson and Cozzolino Executive Producer: Beth Mack and Rebecca Olson Sound Design and Audio: Coupe Studios
Turner Entertainment Networks is the largest network of channels in the world. They came to the SPILLT team with an important project to define an image spot that emotionally connects to the viewer. We wanted to showcase where the networks have been and where they are going on an emotional level. Through a mix of historical events and emotional content, SPILLT edited, colored, composited and animated this unique tell tale story of Turner in our lives. Client: Turner Entertainment Networks Senior Vice President of The Sponsor Shop: Matthew Bunting Creative Direction and Design: Ryan Bramwell and Curt Cooper Design: Zoe Heatwole, Daniel Rosenberg Design and Animation: Derek Superville Color: Ryan Bramwell and Derek Superville Edit: Ryan Bramwell and Turner Executive Producer: Beth Cooper
These new spots define our edit capabilities in collaboration with amazing production firms. CACTUS came to us to edit, design and animate these unique stories. Representing a brand new game, this "Pick Three Campaign" connects viewer's with the lucky numbers in their lives and relates them to these new and exciting games. Client: CACTUS Agency Creative Director: Brian Watson Agency Art Director: Allie Edwards Copywriter: Sarah Sibley Agency Producer: Brooke Warren Account Director: Lori Boccato Account Supervisor: Tara Turner Production company: Bandito Brothers Director Bandito: Stewart Hendler Producer Bandito: Peter Trucco Design & Animation: Ryan Bramwell, Curt Cooper, Brian Long Edit: Spillt Color: Post Modern Asst. Editor: Jeff Wilson Audio: Dynamite Laser Beam Executive Producer: Kim Peterson
Tour de Noodle
It's 1954 and "Le Grand Cycle" race is in its final leg. The racers have trained and trained and trained! Our great friends at Crispin Porter came to us to edit and color these amazing spots for Kraft. Client: CP+B Producer: Dustin Freeman Creatives: Ben Smith and Hemant Jain Post producer: Beth Cooper Editors: Jeff Wilson and Ryan Simpson
SPILLT teamed up with the Turner Ad Sales department to create their 2011 presentation video. More than a sizzle reel and not your typical sales video, the challenge proposed to SPILLT was to create a presentation that established awareness and understanding of Turner's groundbreaking InContext platform... providing a comprehensive approach to product advertisement and showing that only Turner can deliver your message "in context." The result was a sales presentation that delivers a clear message in a fun and comical way. Client: Turner Entertainment Networks Creative Director: Ryan Bramwell Art Director: Chris Sayres Design & Animation: Brian Long, John Camalick, Chris Sayres Edit: Brian De Herrera-Schnering Audio: Evan Pollack, Blorp Corp VO: Allan Peck Executive Producer: Kim Peterson
Our friends from Leopard Communications came to us to animate this highly involved infographic piece for IHS Market Trends. Client: Leopard Design and Boards: Leopard Animation: SPILLT
Integer came with a project that allowed us to showcase our 3-D skill-sets. Combining product manufacturing schematics, accented with realistic effects and high tech design accents, we showcased the power of combining a Maytag Bravos High Efficiency Washer with Tide detergent. Direct to consumer marketing. Client: Integer Direction, Design & Animation: Curt Cooper Design: Ryan Bramwell Executive Producer: Kimberly Peterson
Epix Mix Introduction Video
We are proud to showcase our second successful collaboration with production powerhouse Futuristic Films in this Epic Mix Online video for Vail Resorts. Vail Resorts called on the Future team to develop this new spot to promote and educate viewers to the Epic brand. Epic Mix Season Pass represents an all new way to interact with your mountain experience by adding social photo applications to an already packed digital product. Combined with new branding elements of this amazing new product, Futuristic’s Jasper Gray and Frank Pickell edited together an entertaining piece defining this new world. Using initial concepts by Futuristic’s John Brisnehan, SPILLT was asked to create a system of informational design, compositing and animation to support this unique edit. The result became what is now known as a brand new way to experience the mountains you love, with the people you love in real time so you have more time…with each other. Client: Futuristic Films / Vail Resorts Director: Jasper Gray Senior Editor: Frank Pickell Associate Editor: Richie Kendal Post Supervisor: Monique Weiring & Mark Shelton Sound Design: Bad Animals Graphics: John Brisnehan SPILLT: Producer: Kimberly Peterson Design & Animation Direction: Curt Cooper & Ryan Bramwell Animation & Design: Ryan Bramwell, Brian Long and Curt Cooper
Defining another successful collaboration, Futuristic Films tasked us with creating graphic support for a sequence of videos featuring the latest in technology from Flow Snowboards. Just as Flow pushes the limits of design and innovation for their products, we, too, wanted to push the design and animation limits of your typical product video and create something that was truly unique and representative of the brand. As Futuristic shot, wrote and directed the live action components, our team then designed, directed and produced the motion graphic and 3-D elements to show off the new products’ technologies. Seamless stop motion green screen techniques and realistic 3-D renderings of the products were created for product representations. The videos, which were shown simultaneously in triptych format premiered at SIA and were showcased at trade shows around the globe. Client: Flow Snowboards & Futuristic Films Executive Producer: Kimberly Peterson Creative Direction/Design: Ryan Bramwell & Curt Cooper Design/Animation: Brian Long, John Camalick
Defining another successful collaboration, Futuristic Films tasked us with creating graphic support for a sequence of videos featuring the latest in technology from Flow Snowboards. Just as Flow pushes the limits of design and innovation for their products, we too wanted to push the design and animation limits of your typical product video and create something that was truly unique and representative of the brand. As Futuristic shot, wrote and directed the live action components, our team designed, directed and produced the motion graphic and 3-D elements to show off the new products’ technologies. Seamless stop motion green screen techniques and realistic 3-D renderings of the products were created for product representations. The videos, which are shown simultaneously in triptych format premiered at this year’s SIA and are being showcased at trade shows around the globe this winter and spring. Client: Flow Snowboards & Futuristic Films Executive Producer: Kimberly Peterson Creative Direction/Design: Ryan Bramwell & Curt Cooper Design/Animation: Brian Long, John Camalick
Internationally known fashion/celebrity photographer Michael Grecco was working on a special project with a “special flare”. His amazing documentary coinciding with the release of his book prompted us to come into the action and add some really great animation. Based on the original design by Paradigm and Mr. Grecco’s incredible photography, we created a bold, fresh and punk look to this documentary. Client: Michael Grecco Design (for book): Paradigm Animation, Design & Direction: Ryan Bramwell Executive Producer: Kim Peterson
C.O.B. came to us with this amazing project filled with rich characters and tales of personal struggles. First, they needed a style to define their story. So we created a rough, textural look for the film’s logo and graphics depicting the inner struggles that lie within us all. This multi-layered, textural style- combined with the amazing footage truly defines the complex personalities of the cast. Spillt created the logo, intro, motion segments, lower thirds and transitions to enhance the overall look of the amazing documentary. We would love to tell you more about this film, as it is truly an amazing story. Jesus Freaks is currently in the film festival circuit. Check out their website for more information on screenings. Client: Circle of Belief Productions Creative Direction: Ryan Bramwell Design: Matt Benson Animation Direction: Chris Sayres Animation: Brian Long and Tom Ludlow Executive Producer: Kim Peterson
Wintervention Main Titles
Warren Miller Entertainment came to us to design and animate titles for their 2010 film entitled, “Wintervention.” Warren Miller edited a story line approach asking the audience questions to see if they were “addicted” to skiing and/or snowboarding. Throughout the edit we created a graphic treatment that freezes over the footage, in the same way winter frost freezes over. The highlight of the titles occurs when the main character, a corporate cubicle dweller’s head explodes into the world of Wintervention. Make sure you check out the film, it’s great! Client: Warren Miller Entertainment Producer: Josh Haskins Edit: Kim Schneider Script: Micah Abrams Design & Direction: Ryan Bramwell Design & Animation: Chris Sayres, Brian Long Executive Producer: Kim Peterson Music: “Sins of My Youth” by Neon Trees
Nat Geo tapped SPILLT to produce the promo package for their highly anticipated two-night television event, Secret Service Files. The four episode series takes you behind the scenes and reveals there’s more to the Secret Service than just protecting the President. The challenge of the project was to maintain the signature Nat Geo look while incorporating a more edgy, youthfully skewed aesthetic. The design and animation approach combined the use of architectural drafting with monetary art, delivered in a degraded yet haphazard perspective of the all seeing eye that is our governments technology. The two-night event did very well. Placing Nat Geo amongst the highest rated cable networks both nights. Client: National Geographic Channel VP/Creative Director: Andy Baker Writer/Producer: Sean McLaughlin Creative Direction: Ryan Bramwell Animation/Design: Dave Drage, Ryan Bramwell Edit: Ben Eslinger Executive Producer: Kim Peterson
Our buddies at CBS tapped us to create the promos for the launch of CBS Sports Network (formerly CBS College Sports) that would air during the network’s most watched sporting event of the year, the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship Tournament. Starting with the old logo, we created a 3D turbine environment to show its evolution into the new CBS Sports Network Logo. The promos aired on CBS, TNT and truTV during March Madness. The host wraps we created, featuring some of the network’s biggest stars, aired after the launch. Client: CBS Sports Network Senior Manager & On-Air Creative: Mike DeFusco (CBS Sports) Creative Director, Design: Ryan Bramwell Design & Animation: Chris Sayres, Brian Long, Adam Singer, Ed Rhine
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