Dan Chosich started off like most children of his generation, making internet videos at the dawn of the millennium. Striving for something more, he bounced from one editing job to another. He finally chose on the design process that gave him the most fulfillment, which is motion graphics. After graduating from film school, he decided to further his education by attending Savannah College of Art & Design. In 2010, Dan graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design, garnering an MFA degree in motion media design. Currently, Dan works at Imaginary Forces in New York City, as a staff designer. Dan continues to pursue his dreams, with a full heart, and a true passion for making things grand.
2D and 3D animation
We wanted to create a re-brand package for a television show; To include transitions, bumpers, a mortise, and a TV show promo. I chose a show that was using a graphical language, that focused on the issue of time, when the bigger issue was of investigative reporting. I shifted the graphical focus from time, to the search for clues and truth. While shifting this focus, I wanted to imbue an edgy feel to the package. I also wanted to make the open ambiguous or versatile enough, it could be used in multiple show scenarios.
Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe After Effects were used during the pre and post production new title, as well as the total re-branding package.