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Motion Design Reel

Pixelface is rooted in a rich history of film-making: editing, story-boarding, animation, script writing, planning, lighting, audio and cinema photography. Pixelface started editing reel to reel 16mm film and shooting with a Bolex at Pratt in the early 90s, from late nights shooting short films in Brooklyn, and Manhattan his understanding of motion design began. He interned with the Residents, working with one of the first bands to put out an interactive CD-ROM. He than began working full-time at PBS on the Nature series interactive tour of Kenya Africa. At PBS Greg also produced all the QTVR for the American Masters series including the Buckminster Fuller website, and the Lower Eastside Tenement Museum. He created the first motion design hotspots that existed inside a QTVR node which were tiny postage stamp videos feathered into the 360 panorama, the first time Apple had seen its technology used in such a way. Later Greg joined the Apple Motion Design team where he produced the typography effects, in Apple’s Final Cut Studio, Livetype and Motion.