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Brand refresh. Now with significantly more badass.

I wanted to launch my freelance business with a blitz of all new everything. New website, new reel, new look for my collateral materials such as resumes, invoices, ect. What I didn’t want to change was some of the more basic stuff like the logo. I wanted to keep as well as a lot of […]

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Ready to hand out to Clients!

Been rather busy with client work lately (more on that in another post!), but during a painfully long render I found the time to finally take some photos of my completed branded elements that I’ve gotten together.  I got the business cards and the shells to the reel cases in in January, but just recently […]

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Off to the printer’s!

As a bit of a subtext to all of this design work I’ve been doing for new personal branding is my trying to find a printer who can create these designs I’ve been doing and not charge me a zillion dollars.  Prices seem to be pretty variable as far as these things go, and the […]

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Business Cards

Ah, business cards. As someone who primarily designs for screen, I sometimes forget how different it is to design for print.  Things that look good on screen can have the tendency to look overproduced or poorly designed when printed.  And some of my favorite print designs, often with big fields of flat color, would look […]

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Slowly but surely

After spending the last two days wrangling with CSS, you may now notice that the “reel” link now functions!  Also, that page has replaced the “Coming Soon” page that had long been the landing page of digitalelliott.com.  Horrah!  Progress! Anyways, tell me what you think.  Is the layout nice?  Does the video load quick enough? Thanks, […]

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Motion Blurb

Elliott Cennamo is a Motion Graphics designer living in and working out of Columbus, Ohio. Elliott has had the pleasure of working with some of the world's top brands and, in addition to being Emmy Nominated, Elliott's award-winning work has entertained in major sports arenas, been broadcast nationwide, and been used to spur changes in public policy.