Jeremy Sexton
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Work

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How Series

How Series

calendar July 12th, 2013
dashboard motion

Back again with another series branding project for National Community Church, this time for their sermon series How. The challenge in this one was to take it “back to basics”, just like the series would be doing. I utilized [Motion Boutique’s](http://mo…


World Vision<br/>Hope for the Holy Land

World Vision
Hope for the Holy Land

calendar May 9th, 2013
dashboard motion

I recently completed these two videos for World Vision’s “Hope for the Holy Land” campaign. I shot 2 of the interviews in the long version and did all of the motion and editing for both videos. World Vision was great to work with and I think we ended up with a product that we both …


Voyage of Life Trailer

Voyage of Life Trailer

calendar May 7th, 2013
dashboard motion

Recently did a freelance gig for my old stomping grounds, National Community Church and branded their newest series “Voyage of Life”. Thomas Cole has a series of paintings by the same name that the series is based upon and so I was tasked with cutting them up …



Lekeleni's Story

Lekeleni’s Story

calendar December 12th, 2012
dashboard motion

This was a mograph piece I did for 100XDevelopment to highlight the work they’re doing to help kids around the world. This is the story of one girl, Lekeleni, who went through hell and was rescued by 100XDevelopment and Mtendere Village.


Thomas B. Fordham Report

Thomas B. Fordham Report

calendar November 1st, 2012
dashboard motion

I created this video for the Thomas B. Fordham Institute for a report that they had generated and wanted to advertise. My favorite piece of the video has to be the state flags that pop up as different states are mentioned. I created them with effects that usually come…


Really Reel Web Video

Really Reel Web Video

calendar September 21st, 2012
dashboard motion

I created this video for ReallyReel.com, a new tech startup in the midwest. There was a tight budget for this one, but we were able to make something that looked clean, professional and met their needs. You can follow them of course, at ReallyReel.com or on Twitter at [@real…