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Andrew Johnson

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Video & Animation Producer

They say it takes passion to do a job well. Conveniently, Andrew Johnson has passion in spades – for the creative process, for the end product, and for his clients’ goals.

Andrew brings 30 years of experience with video production, interactive design and animation from concept and casting to film and edit. He has served in the role of Special Effects Supervisor on numerous HD and film commercial shoots, utilizing skills such as rig and wire removal, rotoscoping, green screen compositing and visual effects.

Fortune 500 companies like Kodak, Boeing, Procter & Gamble, Motorola, FedEx, and the Discovery Channel, as well as the FAA, have called on Andrew’s talents. His projects have ranged from commercials to corporate training programs to tradeshow marketing pieces, and have been seen on national broadcast and cable networks, in corporate boardrooms, on retail shelves, and on mobile devices around the world.

Andrew has been recognized for his work from groups that include the Syracuse Ad Club, American Advertising Awards (formerly the ADDYs), Telly Awards and the National Council on Family Relations Media Awards. His approach to video production and professional success has even been the subject of several newspaper and business journal articles.

Andrew holds a BA from the University of Maryland and is a hardcore Maryland Terrapins basketball fan who lives for March Madness. He also holds an MS from Syracuse University, SI Newhouse School of Public Communications and has served as an adjunct professor there teaching Shortform Production.

When he’s not making video magic or screaming from the stands at a Terrapins game, you’ll find Andrew under the hood of a 1949 Chevy Coupe named Sally. This lifelong motorhead loves restoring antique cars, cruising hot rod shows, and all things related to 1940’s and 1950’s automobilia.

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