Daniel J. Kramer is a motion graphics designer working with clients such as Light of Day, The Ford Foundation, Kiehl's, and IDEO. He works with clients to produce motion graphics that fit their creative needs and budget. He creates original artwork, adds motion to existing artwork, rotoscopes and composites. Daniel studied motion graphics and animation while obtaining an MFA in Design and Technology from Parsons the New School.
Formerly, Daniel worked as a radio journalist producing music and pop culture radio documentaries for broadcasters such as BBC and NPR. While producing narratives for radio, Daniel developed an understanding of story and an ear for editing sound that informs his motion graphics.
Daniel also animates and directs motion comics. He recently collaborated with Emmy Award winning artist Dean Haspiel to adapt Dean’s Eisner nominated “Billy Dogma” comic series into two critically acclaimed motion comics: “The Angel” (debut on latimes.com, original music by Moby) and "Sex Planet" (debut at Brooklyn’s King Con).
For more info you can contact Daniel@thetreehouse.tv