1. Conan O'Brien Kinetic Typography


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    Digital Design (Spring 2011) Oklahoma State University Professor Justen Renyer Illustrator, Soundbooth, Cinema 4D, After Effects This Kinetic Typography project was created from the dialogue of Conan O'Brien's final episode of The Tonight Show on NBC. In this farewell address, he describes his feelings towards NBC and the situation at hand. His personality exudes positivity and humor allowing this dialogue to describe his character very well. Even through the hardships of leaving NBC he promotes hard work and kindness. The concept behind this video is to show Conan O'Brien as the monumental entertainer and solid wall that he is. Conan O'Brien is and will continue to be a seasoned television entertainer. After drawing inspiration from Lou Dorfsman's Gastrotypographicalassemblage, this concept was achieved by creating a literal wall from over 60 individual typographic layouts. These custom crafted layouts reference a variety of eclectic type design. The combination of eclectic typography and modern 3D letter forms achieved in Cinema 4D provides a contrast between old and new. This contrast emphasizes time to create a sturdy and timeless object. This solidity and timelessness is the perfect representation of Conan O'Brien. View my other projects at: http://www.jacobgilbreath.com

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    • Choice: Grocery Store / Radiolab Podcast


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      Digital Design (Fall 2010) Oklahoma State University Canon T2i, Illustrator, Soundbooth, After Effects This short video was made from inspiration after listening to a Radiolab podcast. Radiolab is a public radio show on WNYC. It describes itself as a place... "where sound illuminates ideas, and the boundaries blur between science, philosophy, and human experience. Big questions are investigated, tinkered with, and encouraged to grow." The concept of this video is to show a few aspects of choice we make in our lives everyday. Whether it be between crunchy or creamy peanut butter, a lot goes through our mind before settling on an answer. Most choices come down to logic with emotion making the final decision, but sometimes chance has more to do with it than anything. If you liked this video, check out my other videos or my profile on http://www.behance.net/jacobgilbreath

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      • Post It Notes // Reminder


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        Digital Design (Fall 2010) Oklahoma State University Canon 60D, Illustrator, Soundbooth, Cinema 4D, After Effects This video was made as an advertisement for Posit It Brand posit-it notes. It shows one of the key benefits of Post-It notes; being a mobile and versatile reminder. The concept behind the video is to portray an extreme example of how Post It Notes are beneficial to the user. The video was completed by using a combination of audio, live video footage, stop motion footage, and 3D rendered footage all composited in Adobe After Effects.

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        • Jacob Gilbreath // Reel 2011


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          Jacob Gilbreath Motion Reel 2011 View my complete works at / www.jacobgilbreath.com Music by Foster the People www.fosterthepeople.com

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          • Reviving The Past // Documentary


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            Capstone (Fall 2011) Oklahoma State University Canon 60D (Tamron 17-50mm F2.8 VC) (Moveyourcamera.com Cinemover), After Effects, Illustrator, Soundbooth Reviving the Past is a short documentary featuring a local antique store called Antique Avenue, located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The store is owned and run by father and son Randy and Matt Parsons. Along with these two, their wives Judy and Beth, and fourteen others are dealers in the store. I had the privilege to sit down with Randy and learn more about what their store is all about. Randy discusses his passion for reviving pieces of history and preparing them to be reused or repurposed. He explains why people seem to love antiques sighting quality and uniqueness. Among the vast variety of items in their store, Randy's personal passion is fine jewelry. His lifelong passion has led to the creation of some very rare and unique pieces. The concept behind the video is to represent and showcase not only the store but the family who runs it. The structure and pacing of the video highlights not only the variety of items in the store, but the personal interaction they have with customers. The Parsons were wonderful to work with and I was delighted to learn more about their trade. Jacob Gilbreath //Director //Videographer //Producer //Title Design //Audio Mixing View my other projects at: behance.net/​jacobgilbreath

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            • Paleon TV // Network Branding


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              Digital Design (Spring 2011) Oklahoma State University Illustrator, Photoshop, Soundbooth, After Effects, Canon 60D (background video) This network branding was created for a fictional television station called Paleon TV. This station would focus on Dinosaurs and Paleontology, the study of prehistoric life. Paleon TV's programming selection would include shows featuring inquiries into the philosophy, investigation and speculations as to the existence of dinosaurs and their way of life. The concept behind the project was to show the scientific aspects of research and investigation. This was achieved by referencing sediment layers (layering of visual elements), abstract scanning equipment (use of rotating elements), and excavation maps (modular logo accompaniment). View my other projects at: behance.net/jacobgilbreath

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              • Sequential Design // Willi Kunz to Eduardo Recife


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                Typography II (Spring 2011) Oklahoma State University Professor Phil Choo Canon 60D, Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects Willi Kunz and Eduardo Recife are two of today's most prolific graphic designers. While most would consider their design aesthetic and philosophy to differ greatly, there are many facets to their design that share similar characteristics Visual research easily exposes the differences between these two designers. Willi Kunz is an advocate of the clean Swiss style with perfectly generated lines and geometry, while Eduardo Recife emphasizes ragged images that are typically composed by hand. I was assigned this project with the goal of creating a seamless sequential design from one designer to another. After researching and learning much about these two, I have considered ways to portray these similarities and differences in a sequential video. Seeing as they have two very different visual styles I decided to focus on the similarities they share in layout and philosophy. Both designers work in similar ways while the end result is quiet different. They focus on the process of creating their work and alter it as they work rather than beginning with a predetermined layout in mind. I believe that this video is a great example of a changing and adaptive design, which is a key point to both their philosophies. View my other projects at: behance.net/jacobgilbreath

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                • RadiumZ - Gamer Vlog 7 - Digital Eggshells (HD)


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                  Today I talk about the 3 red rings of death! 1/30/09

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                  • RadiumZ - Gamer Vlog 11 - Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 - Lucky Break


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                    One of my fans bought me this game as a gift from fort hood Texas, just to push forward my vlog, everyone thanks him http://www.myspace.com/buzzkillrigma true fan!

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