#the100dayproject

In 2016 I participated in #the100dayproject, a project in which artists, designers, and creatives commit to creating something every day for 100 days. From April 19 until July 27, 2016 I created a motion graphic every day, dubbing it #100daysofmotion. This was a great way to stay inspired to churn out motion graphics, while most of my day-to-day work tends to be video work.

My favorite clips to work on for this were the ones that incorporated music or audio:

But the majority of the clips were quick, simple, silent, motion graphics. I’ve assembled a few of my favorites of the non-audio clips into a reel below: