BicMedia Adds To Talent Pool With New Hire
July 17, 2012
Posted by Stefan Mumaw
The Kansas City talent pool grows with BicMedia’s hire of senior motion graphic designer and animator, Bryan Keeling. Keeling heads up BicMedia’s motion graphics and animation department, bringing 14 years of digital creative experience to the Crossroads-based production studio.
“I’ve had the pleasure of working for a variety of diverse clients in LA and New York. With each project I’ve brought the desire to make something authentic and uniquely memorable to the table. When I decided to relocate to the Midwest, I was excited to witness BicMedia’s broad range of talents serving a distinct focus. I knew I had to jump at the opportunity to work with their crew.”
Prior to joining BicMedia, Keeling worked as lead designer at Spontaneous, a design and visual effects studio in New York, NY. He has lent his expertise in After Effects, Cinema4D, Maya, Flash, Mocha, Nuke, and Trapcode Suite to projects for HBO, TV Land, Folgers, AT&T, Tide, DirectTV, and Pizza Hut. Keeling executed on air graphics for networks like VH1, Nick at Night and TVLAND and also helped create the show opens for SyFy Channel’s “Sanctuary”, and CBS’s “Cupid”. Keeling was nominated for a national Emmy Award in the category of "outstanding main title design" for his work as Lead Animator on the main titles for the Fox show, New Amsterdam.
“Bryan brings a vast amount of design experience and creativity to our animation department. He is the type of guy that, with the smallest about of direction, can take a concept and make it into something incredible. He’s going to be a great asset to our clients!” said Austin Bickford, Executive Producer, BicMedia.
BicMedia, a complete audio-visual production studio operating in the Kansas City Crossroads, has been providing clients with original music and motion projects for more than a decade. The team works with advertising agencies and direct to clients to provide creative development and execution of television commercials, corporate communications, film scores and original music.