2 Student Emmy Award Nominations:
Writing For Comedy - Matt Nickley
Series: Scripted - Matt Nickley & Shasta Ford
Produced by Mark Tymchyshyn, Andra Reeve-Rabb, Greg Smith and Neil Short, this sitcom follows the story of three down-on-their-luck guys trying to navigate post-college life with help from characters at the local coffee shop.
Watch "The Buzz" and see this group of 20-somethings discover life isn't always grand.
Opening Titles team:
Creative Direction - Joash Berkeley
Art Direction - Wendy Eduarte & Joash Berkeley
Designers - Wendy Eduarte, Joash Berkeley, Kenny Kerut and Lizzi Stuart
Animators - Kenny Kerut, Lizzi Stuart, Yukari Shrickel, Joash Berkeley
Sound & Music - Ian Chase, Chris Walasek and Kyle Strype
Produced through collaborative efforts of the Savannah College of Art & Design.
I had the thrilling opportunity to work closely with Alan Williams at Imaginary Forces on the Netflix original series' Anne main titles. I worked as a designer on this project and worked on concept explorations for the different pitches we had. See the final result below and some of the style frames I helped developed. See more about the process on Art Of The Title - http://tinyurl.com/lxutk56
Creative Director: Alan Williams
Art Director/Original Paintings: Brad Kunkle
Executive Producer: Jon Hassell
Head of Production / Producer: Aleen Kim
Designers: Alan Williams, Joash Berkeley, Veronica Liu, Yifan Hu, Max Glascott
Animators: Chris Vincola, Max Strizich, Seth Minnich, Hogan Williams, William Russell
Editor: Rachel Ambelang
Coordinator: Christine Hernandez
Production Assistant: Michaela Forde
Music: The Tragically Hip "Ahead by a Century"
Design, animation and sound design by Joash Berkeley.
One In Seven Billion is a typography-driven audiovisual project that takes the perspective of someone’s engagement with the inferiority complex. The goal for the project is to identify with this concept in a way where we acknowledge that we are both insignificant in magnitude, but undoubtedly important in the world.
SCREENING - Los Angeles County Museum of Art (2016)
FINALIST - Adobe Design Achievement Awards (pending final decision)
AWARDED - Video Of The Day award
SECOND PLACE - The Rookies International Student Competition (MoGraph)
FEATURE - Motionographer
FEATURE - Wine After Coffee
FEATURE - PrintMag
Prior to starting this project, I experienced a long period of creative block which ironically lead to being my inspiration. The Mind Quad Tryptic is a progressive representation of an artist's mind between four extreme stages of concept development. Creative Block originates from the absence of a developed thought; once broken through we're confronted with too many ideas, ie. a period of Uncertainty. This poses a challenge to focus on one core idea to execute, which invites Distractions. If we do not overcome this stage we spiral into the period of Overthinking. The Mind Quad Tryptic visualizes: Creative Block, Uncertainty, Distraction and Overthinking within the artist's mind.
Creative Direction / Compositing - Joash Berkeley
Compositing - Eli Guillou & Jeff Lawson
The Chrysalids is a science fiction novel written by John Wyndham. The story is set in the 1800's in an isolated society that believes in perfection of the human form; so much so that their belief in perfection is revealed to be deceitful in nature. As the story unfolds, we realize that this projected utopian philosophy is all a facade; a veil of deception.
Starkey Hearing Foundation donates hearing aid solutions and has operated in rural areas all over the world and has made significant strides to provide alternative hearing solutions for those who cannot afford, or even acquire it.
Creative Direction, compositing and motion design by Joash Berkeley. A visually immersive travel vlog intro designed for Matthew Baltzell.
Skype continues to be one of the leading video calling services today. With a growing adolescent audience this logo reveal positions Skype in a more image friendly platform for teenagers.
In this project I illustrated two main characters, scenes and walk cycles to be used as core assets for a 5-second spot.
** Awarded 1st Place at the CoMotion 2016 event in Savannah, Georgia, in the Logo Animation category.
For 110 years, Rolex has advocated its understanding that even the most intricate of machines can be the most exquisite of watches. This project aims to illustrate the beauty behind the complexity of their signature products by use of Rube Goldberg mechanical techniques. Through the use of these techniques, this commercial piece will make Rolex’s demographic aware that sophistication is the foundation to a remarkable timepiece.
In celebration of 110 years of excellence, I've decided to make a special edition Rolex Daytona called the Daytona CX (roman numeral of 110).