It was a great privilege to speak at this year’s Adobe Max conference in Los Angeles. I always leave energized, with great ideas and many new friends. My two talks centered around motion-graphics for presentations and filming corporate interviews. Wildly separate topics, but fundamentally based in creativity, and the question – how to best use the tools we have to produce great content and tell great stories.
For a large portion of my career I’ve had the privilege of teaching multiple college undergraduate design courses, and it is something I truly enjoy. It’s an opportunity to not only share my own knowledge and work experience with the next group of industry professionals but to also continue to hone my own skills. I firmly believe that the best way to keep learning is to teach someone else. This forces us to go back and re-evaluate concepts we may take for granted, and in some cases introduce ourselves to new ones that both the student and professor can benefit from. Read More