Uncle Ben used to say
I’ve been thinking a lot about my career in the last few months.
It’s been 14 years as a motion designer and video editor, 5 of those as a freelancer, and I still feel my heart beat faster when I have to deliver big projects.
I think it’s a good thing, though. It makes me someone better, more responsible, a professional who is able to meet clients’ expectations and deadlines consistently. In a certain way, that brings me peace and makes me feel proud of this journey.
After all, it’s a path built on challenges. A bunch of them. Often, we - Agencies and Freelancers - are expected to walk the extra mile, deal with quick turnarounds, and put our best efforts into proving to clients they can trust us and our problem-solving skills.
I know, I know. We’ve all been there and most gigs require that. But my point is, when you have to collaborate with a big brand, you’ve got to be extra accountable. Communication has to be on point, the brand guideline has to be followed thoroughly and the project goes through many different versions by the time it’s approved.
So, I’m glad to say that after some years on that road, I’ve been fortunate to mingle with amazing professionals, weaving a strong spiderweb and getting used to such challenges.
My vision about Motion design
As a Motion Design Freelancer, my work is to create stunning motion graphics that help video production studios deliver their projects with quality and in the correct timeframe. Our team (yes, a freelancer with a posse!) works tirelessly to ensure that the end product is not just aesthetically pleasing, but also delivers results. We are committed to providing quick turnarounds and top-notch customer service.