About Me

Remington Markham Motion Design Cat

I began doing motion graphics professionally 8 years ago after interning at a marketing agency called Engauge in Atlanta, GA. I had the opportunity to work on big client projects such as Chick-fil-A and the Georgia Film Office. After graduating college, I became an editing intern at City on a Hill, a film studio. I was quickly bumped up to visual effects, and eventually settled into overseeing all their motion design. They produced several television series that I directed title sequences for and I also served as a visual effects supervisor on their Sony distributed feature film The Song.

Seeking more management experience, I moved on to become a senior creative at Cuddle Clones, a pet product company. There I managed outsourced creative work, directed and animated promotional material, and directed their Indiegogo campaign video. Which raised 300k in profit. Most valuable, was the opportunity to help with UX design on their new website launch.

Over the years I have been blessed with a lot of freelance opportunities. Some notable works have been a Spotify explainer video series for their new car app, a logo animation for the film I Can Only Imagine which made 80 million in the box office this year, and a title sequence for the new TV series Smoketown.

We make a living by what we get; we make a life by what we give.
— Winston Churchill

Self-improvement is key in all areas of life. It’s important to maintain your health physically and mentally. The outdoors and gym keep me motivated and inspired in my work life. What matters most to me though is giving back to others. I’ve been lucky enough to serve in mission work for the past 8 years in multiple countries, help the homeless here in Louisville, and teach the youth locally every weekend. Setting ourselves aside to serve others is always a blessing. You learn so much about yourself when you pause your own goals to help others achieve theirs. Practicing this attitude has kept my perspective on track and trained me to be a better teammate in my career environments. That’s enough about me though, I want to hear from you, contact me and tell me a bit about you and how I can serve you and your company.