Meet Stephen

Sorry, “Jack,” whoever you are. We’re changing the term to “Stephen of all trades.” For the past thirteen years, Stephen has been creating just about every type of visual effect or motion graphic for clients such as USA Network, Nickelodeon, Tilting Point, Revlon, Breville, IBM, McCann Health, NBC—everything from Armani to Zales.

Stephen’s work is featured on practically every network on television, and if you’re lucky, you might even catch it on the massive array of Times Square Jumbotrons, dazzling camera-snapping tourists. Stephen is a Swiss Army knife, but twice as sharp. He is currently freelancing and feels privileged to be working with some the most talented creatives and artists out there.

Before Stephen transitioned to freelancing, he worked at the creative/post production studio, Nutmeg. He joined Nutmeg in 2007 and was it’s Director of Motion Graphics and VFX from 2014 to 2017.

At Nutmeg, Stephen worked as a designer, visual effects artist and animator for various types of media. His work spanned the project timeline from development, pre-production, production, post-production, through delivery. His roles included, artist, consultant, director, coordinator, researcher and quality control. Part of his job description was to stay abreast of the latest trends in design and the latest techniques/technology.







Designing for National Brands