Make your stories come alive through evocative animated videos. Together, we can make it happen! Ready? --- **More information** As a Digital Media Design graduate who strives to keep learning and growing, I frequently embrace new ideas and tools to help make something clients are proud of. From storyboarding and asset creation, to editing footage and polishing things up, this individual uses the Adobe Creative Suite extensively to make content, including for several Melbourne-based not-for-profit organisations such as People of Purpose and others. With over two years of experience creating animated videos, feel free to chat to me and we can make it happen. Are you ready? **Email**: _Email not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signin_ **Website**: _Website not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signin_ **LinkedIn**: _Website not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signin_ --- **Employment and project experience** **Volunteer Motion Designer**: People of Purpose _July 2019-Present_ A social impact platform to connect and upskill change makers, allowing them to work together to drive positive change in local communities. I create videos as part of their social media strategy. **Contributions**: • Creating animated and live-action videos to market their events. • Ensuring video content has consistent branding. -- **Freelance Motion Designer**: Self-employed _June 2018-Present_ This involves working with a range of clients to help turn their intentions into meaningful and engaging works, from galvanising social media communities for advocacy groups, to providing meaning to songs in music videos. **Contributions**: • Works on projects from idea to completion, ensuring they exceed expectations. • Listens to clients and helps them fulfil their needs. --- **Qualifications and education** **Jumbla Academy**: Motion Design Course run by Jumbla Studios **Bachelor of Design (Digital Media Design)**: Swinburne University of TechnologyWWW

Justin McPhee

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Make your stories come alive through evocative animated videos. Together, we can make it happen! Ready? --- **More information** As a Digital Media Design graduate who strives to keep learning and growing, I frequently embrace new ideas and tools to help make something clients are proud of. From storyboarding and asset creation, to editing footage and polishing things up, this individual uses the Adobe Creative Suite extensively to make content, including for several Melbourne-based not-for-profit organisations such as People of Purpose and others. With over two years of experience creating animated videos, feel free to chat to me and we can make it happen. Are you ready? **Email**: _Email not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signin_ **Website**: _Website not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signin_ **LinkedIn**: _Website not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signin_ --- **Employment and project experience** **Volunteer Motion Designer**: People of Purpose _July 2019-Present_ A social impact platform to connect and upskill change makers, allowing them to work together to drive positive change in local communities. I create videos as part of their social media strategy. **Contributions**: • Creating animated and live-action videos to market their events. • Ensuring video content has consistent branding. -- **Freelance Motion Designer**: Self-employed _June 2018-Present_ This involves working with a range of clients to help turn their intentions into meaningful and engaging works, from galvanising social media communities for advocacy groups, to providing meaning to songs in music videos. **Contributions**: • Works on projects from idea to completion, ensuring they exceed expectations. • Listens to clients and helps them fulfil their needs. --- **Qualifications and education** **Jumbla Academy**: Motion Design Course run by Jumbla Studios **Bachelor of Design (Digital Media Design)**: Swinburne University of TechnologyWWWW

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$125 per day ($15.63 per hour)

Make your stories come alive through evocative animated videos. Together, we can make it happen! Ready?


More information

As a Digital Media Design graduate who strives to keep learning and growing, I frequently embrace new ideas and tools to help make something clients are proud of.

From storyboarding and asset creation, to editing footage and polishing things up, this individual uses the Adobe Creative Suite extensively to make content, including for several Melbourne-based not-for-profit organisations such as People of Purpose and others.

With over two years of experience creating animated videos, feel free to chat to me and we can make it happen.
Are you ready?

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Employment and project experience

Volunteer Motion Designer: People of Purpose
July 2019-Present

A social impact platform to connect and upskill change makers, allowing them to work together to drive positive change in local communities. I create videos as part of their social media strategy.

Contributions:
• Creating animated and live-action videos to market their events.
• Ensuring video content has consistent branding.

Freelance Motion Designer: Self-employed
June 2018-Present

This involves working with a range of clients to help turn their intentions into meaningful and engaging works, from galvanising social media communities for advocacy groups, to providing meaning to songs in music videos.

Contributions:
• Works on projects from idea to completion, ensuring they exceed expectations.
• Listens to clients and helps them fulfil their needs.


Qualifications and education

Jumbla Academy: Motion Design Course run by Jumbla Studios

Bachelor of Design (Digital Media Design): Swinburne University of Technology


Skills

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Adobe After Effects
Adobe Illustrator
Adobe InDesign
Adobe Photoshop
Adobe Premiere Pro
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Experience Level

Adobe After Effects
Expert
Adobe Illustrator
Expert
Adobe InDesign
Intermediate
Adobe Photoshop
Beginner
Adobe Premiere Pro
Intermediate

Industry Experience

Non-Profit Organization
    uniE608 Justin McPhee's Motion Design Showreel
    (Last updated 26th Nov. 2020) Hello there. :) I’m Justin, a Melbourne-based motion graphics designer and video editor who makes engaging and evocative animated works from the ground up. Having spent the past two years creating content in a variety of styles, I can make even your most fantastical ideas come alive before your very eyes. Don't believe me? Just watch... --- Want to learn more? Let me know: Instagram: https://www.twine.net/signin Facebook: https://www.twine.net/signin LinkedIn: https://www.twine.net/signin Email me: https://www.twine.net/signin Or if you're just curious about my other works, feel free to click here: https://www.twine.net/signin --- CREDITS: AnimationAsset Creation: Justin McPhee Photo and Video Editing: Justin McPhee Music: “The Right Moment” by Ben Beiny Some works manipulate footage from stock image and video sites, including: Photos: Pixabay.com, Stocksnap.io, Pexels.com, Unsplash.com Video Footage: Videoblocks.comWW
    uniE613 Lunascape Tourism Branding Project
    *Exploring the infinite possibilities of space... together.* This is part of a branding #pitch for a hypothetical space tourism company, which I created for my university course. Only a few pages of the #publication are shown to visualise the work. I created the entire document, including the brand design, and the copy within it. Many space-based companies often rely on similar elements in their branding- swooping speed lines, muted colours and capital letters. They often create an authoritative, distant feeling. But what if space could not only be accessible, but exciting? Lunascape is a portmaneau of lunar + escape. Appealing to young adults with a taste for outdoor adventure, it aims to appeal to those who love exploring untouched wildernesses. *Breaking down the brand:* I've noticed in researching tourism logos that they tend to highlight a single aspect of their destinations through imagery (like a natural feature, attraction or something they wish to tie the destination with). Aiming to combine aspects of space and torism branding, while creating something original that ties the two, I've made a logo which aims to communicate dynamism through asymmetrical balance- notice the rocket swirling around the circular moon? It points to the infinite possibilities of space, just waiting for you to discover... The brand itself and its communications rely extensively on white space, subtle curves and circular areas to divide spaces, and use of hopeful and welcoming language to emphasise the accessibility and openness of this shared journey to the moon, and all the memories you will experience together. Just as the slogan says, it aims to inspire us all to "journey to the final frontier. Together".WW
    uniE608 Friends of The Earth: Act on Climate Campaign
    A video for “Friends of the Earth”, a Melbourne-based environmental advocacy group. This is a social media video to drive Act on Climate, a planned 2020 campaign aimed at convincing Victoria's State Government to commit to further reducing carbon emissions, to keep temperatures below 1.5 degrees (avoiding the worst consequences of climate change) Originally, I was asked to create a video to mobilise their supporters, and those who already agree that climate change is an issue. However, we discussed about using the video to expand the AoC support base as well. For many, there is a perception that focusing on climate change will damage the economy, or their livelihoods, especially in more rural areas. To this end, this aims to show not only the urgency of acting on this issue, but how working together to fix it can also preserve the livelihoods of rural communities and create jobs. But how? Rather than forcing the issue immediately, it takes a three-stage approach: 1. Hook audiences: Ambient sound and bleak imagery aims to visualise a ruined world. No words or narration are heard during the visuals, to let the imagery sink in. 2. Introduce the problem: By emphasising the effects on communities, and providing a target to galvanise audiences around, this helps get audiences on board for the solution. This approach is taken over presenting facts, as in social media contexts, seeing facts audiences don’t agree with can often reinforce their existing views instead of convincing them. 3. Provide a solution: Only now, once the problem has been set up, is AoC’s message said, and potential solutions are presented. This is meant to be brighter and more hopeful in contrast to the previous scenes, creating a contrast between the bleak visuals of climate change, and the bright colours of a world where audiences stand together in this aim. The greater reliance on live-action footage aims to emphasise this contrast. While I created the motion graphics visuals, sounds, music and live-action footage came from royalty free sources. Did you know: -The bittersweet music was picked to bridge the bleak first half with the more hopeful second half? This was done over picking two separate music pieces in order to create a sense of consistency. -The narration is spoken by several different people; it aims to create the sense of a community coming together to present this message, rather than a single individual dictating how audiences should feel. ------------------------- CREDITS: Music: “Leaving Home” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Voices: Narration: Various Friends of The Earth members. ------------------------- What do you think? Feel free to leave your thoughts… :)WW
    uniE608 Paradise Lost: Cyberpunk Thriller Movie Trailer
    "In the far-off year of 1999, a dark secret would change the world forever." With this trailer, I wanted to use motion graphics to not only convey a cinematic narrative, but immerse viewers in a futuristic cyberpunk world inspired by 80's sci-fi works. Made in After Effects, 2D shapes are manipulated in 3D space to create the 3D worlds seen in the video. From the expansive detailed cityscapes, to the dark constricting corridors, all were made with this method. If you're looking for something tense and cinematic, we can work together to make something just like this... --- Feel free to contact me: Instagram: https://www.twine.net/signin Facebook: https://www.twine.net/signin LinkedIn: https://www.twine.net/signin --- CREDITS: Animation: by me. Music: “Ossuary 4- Animate”, “Ossuary 5-Rest” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License https://www.twine.net/signin Voices: -Main female character: Tayla Smith (https://www.twine.net/signin -Male character: also by me. Sound credits can be found here: https://www.twine.net/signin ------------------------- What do you think? I’d love to hear your thoughts… :)WW
    uniE621 FriendFund: Made for the "Make it, Break it" Design Sprint.
    I’ve worked in a team of people from diverse disciplines to prototype a product within 5 days for a design sprint. Here, we were asked to mockup a way to engage Australian youth in finance. Several other people worked on this, including: Fiona Chandler, Lauren Chia, Robert Ghitoaica and several others. My work mainly consisted of collaborating to iterate on the interface, as well as idea generation and testing. To this end, we strove to understand the scope of the problem and what the audience would need to be more engaged, allowing us to narrow the scope to a concept that could be completed and tested within the time limit. We decided on a mobile app, "FriendFund", which would simplify investing and make it easier to engage with, encouraging people to keep engaged through social elements that allow people to assist each other, and gamification aspects to motivate regular use. By reframing finance in the context of a social space familiar to our youth, it seeks to make it more accessible. While it was made with investments in mind, the idea of social competition-based financial growth could also be used to encourage people to increase their savings or superannuation. The mockup can be seen below: https://www.twine.net/signinWW
    uniE608 Loop De Loop: Instrument Of Your Destruction!
    A video for a looping animation challenge, it aims to parody the exaggerated and overblown cheesiness of 80's cartoons. This colourful romp, created in After Effects, uses smear frames extensively to create a sense of movement. If you're looking for something lighthearted and full of movement, we can work together to make something just like this... --- Feel free to contact me: Instagram: https://www.twine.net/signin Facebook: https://www.twine.net/signin LinkedIn: https://www.twine.net/signinWW
    uniE608 Loop De Loop: The Mushiest Love Story Ever Told...
    Created for a looping animation challenge, it aims to create an engaging little video centered around this adorable little slug creature in a cartoony world. Made in After Effects from handmade-styled drawings (made in Adobe Illustrator), it aims to evoke a sense of vividness. If you're looking for something bright and handmade-looking, we can work together to make something just like this... --- Feel free to contact me: Instagram: https://www.twine.net/signin Facebook: https://www.twine.net/signin LinkedIn: https://www.twine.net/signinWW
    uniE608 Backstreets: A music video.
    "Keep dead quiet, but most of all, don’t stop moving no matter what..." Created for music production student, Lachlan Phipps, this song is part of a concept EP about a ragtag resistance facing off against a totalitarian government...and the horrors of war. Made in After Effects, it aims to evoke a sense of desperation and chaos, as a handful of survivors aim to regroup after a horrific battle. This relies extensively on 2D shapes built into 3D forms, combined with lighting effects to create an expansive, dangerous world where danger lurks among the ever-searching torchlights of faceless soldiers... If you're looking for something dark and tense, we can work together to make something just like this... --- Feel free to contact me: Instagram: https://www.twine.net/signin Facebook: https://www.twine.net/signin LinkedIn: https://www.twine.net/signin --- CREDITS: Visuals by me. Sounds and Music by: Lachlan Phipps. What do you think? Feel free to comment below... :)WW
    uniE608 Dares, Dollars, Difference: A video for People of Purpose
    "We're ordinary people doing extraordinary things, to create a world where everyone can thrive..." A late-2019 video made for social impact non-profit, People of Purpose, to promote their yearlong "Dares, Dollars, Difference" initiative. Made in After Effects with both stock footage and vector assets, it aims to provide a sense of fun and optimism through the chance to take on new challenges to not only raise funds, but make the world shine brighter. To show this, I decided to create a sense of bubbly possibility through bright and cartoony motion graphics, cheery (royalty-free) music, and stock footage. If you're looking for something bubbly and optimistic, we can work together to make something just like this... --- Feel free to contact me: Instagram: https://www.twine.net/signin Facebook: https://www.twine.net/signin LinkedIn: https://www.twine.net/signin --- CREDITS: Client: People of Purpose Animation/Editing/Storyboarding: Justin McPhee Narration: James Ruta Footage: Storyblocks.com Music: “On My Way” by Kevin Macleod (incompetech.com). Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License https://www.twine.net/signinWW
    uniE608 Connect Four: Promotion for "People of Purpose" Event
    “Technology is meant to bring us together… so why do we feel lonelier than ever?” An early video made for People of Purpose, a Melbourne-based non-profit organisation. This was a social media video to promote their September 2019 event, Connect Four. As something which gives changemakers young and old the chance to converse and share ideas with each other, it aims to evoke the simple pleasures of conversation. Created in After Effects, it aims to provide a joyful and welcoming atmosphere through visuals and sound (especially the second half, contrasting with the darker first half). If you're looking for something welcoming and hopeful, we can work together to make something just like this... --- Feel free to contact me: Instagram: https://www.twine.net/signin Facebook: https://www.twine.net/signin LinkedIn: https://www.twine.net/signin --- CREDITS: Sounds from royalty-free sources. Music: "Cheery Monday" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License https://www.twine.net/signinWW
    uniE608 What’s That Thing In My Coffee?
    This forms part of a loose narrative series of 20-second videos about the lifeblood of Melbourne, coffee. I created the vector drawings and animated everything, while the sounds and other images are from royalty-free sources as listed below. The idea is that each piece, based on the end of the previous one, explores a different aspect of coffee, in this case, how this "liquid inspiration" wakes us all from our zombielike slumber each morning, and transforms our bland and empty day into an oasis of possibility! :) What do you think? --- CREDITS: Images: pixabay.com, pexels.com, stocksnap.io unsplash.net Music: "Inspired", “Dreams Become Real”: Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Sounds: Several of the sounds were released under the Creative Commons Zero license. The remaining sounds were published on freesound.com, and were created by: Static Noise: By “Golwer Music”. Accessed at: freesound.org/people/GowlerMusic/sounds/262267/ Sewer Ambience, Splashing, Subtle Dripping: By “InspectorJ”. Accessed at: -freesound.org/people/InspectorJ/sounds/342566/ -freesound.org/people/InspectorJ/sounds/352103/ -freesound.org/people/InspectorJ/sounds/343762/ Clanking Noises: By “Percy Duke”. Accessed at: freesound.org/people/Percy%20Duke/sounds/23522/ ---WW
    uniE608 Dreamweave Design Advert
    An advertisement for social media, centered around my one-man video animation collective, Dreamweave Design. This is an example of simple and minimalistic line animation, and how movement can give personality to even the simplest of lineworks. If you're looking for something simple and minimal, we can work together to make something just like this... --- Feel free to contact me: Instagram: https://www.twine.net/signin Facebook: https://www.twine.net/signin LinkedIn: https://www.twine.net/signin --- CREDITS: Animation by me. Sounds from: freesound.com (licensed under Creative Commons Zero) Music: "Perception" by Benjamin Tissot (Bensound): https://www.twine.net/signinWW

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