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Alex Cooper-Wright

Still of a 3D animated logo created for 8track8 Productions
Process photo of 3D logo design and animation for a feature film
Still from an intro I created from concepting
 to illustration and animation
Still from a cross promotion of Blazer5 Gaming and Biofreeze
Still from logo animation for People's AV Co-op
Still from a 3D pool animation
Still from an arena animation created for the Portland Trail Blazers
Process Photo of AR filter created for the Portland Trail Blazers
Still of 3D scene created in After Effects
Still from 8bit style arena pumper for the Portland Trail Blazers


Alex Cooper-Wright, Motion Graphics Designer

I'm a Motion Graphics Designer with a passion for the Entertainment world. I am also a multi-disciplinary designer with experience in print, UX/UI, and packaging design. The bulk of my work has been in marketing for the Entertainment industry, and working for advertising agencies, with a sprinkle of internal corporate work. I paint and draw interesting people and mostly funny things for fun.


Fine Art,Graphic Design,Motion Graphics

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