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WOW…it’s been almost 2 years since my last blog post on this site. In the days of twitter, pinterest, tumblr…do people still actually run and maintain a blog??? I have too many updates to even begin but for people who know me (or even those that don’t) follow me below for some more up-to-date info:

See you in another 2 years! 🙂



I’ve been playing Starcraft 2 a lot lately… because I’m not in front of my computer enough as it is. I have a serious problem.


Nike Dunk Me

I need more colors!!





Beginning of Summer Update

Just some random thoughts and happenings…

1) I was featured on ReelRoulette’s Top 20 reels. I came in at #7. Nick Campbell continues to do wonderful things for the design and mograph community. Loving it.

2) Twitter has easily become my #1 visited website each and every morning. It gives me behind the scenes, fascinating news, advice and inside scoop on people/companies I actually care about. I have some pretty interesting people following me as well (@stinkdigital, @Attik_US, @nailguntv, @motionographer, @juxtinteractive, @razorfish, @b_reel, @struckaxiom, @click3X, @snowboardermag, @driftlab…) to name a few. 🙂 Go follow them!

3) Wrapping up some freelance projects and hopefully jumping back on a project I started with ToyNinja a couple weeks ago. Great brand and clothing.

4) I got a dope iPhone case from Nailgun, a motion studio in NYC.

5) Go check out my friend’s website: for some entertaining sports insights.

6) Did a small interview with a student from the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. I actually learned a bit more about myself in the process of answering his questions. Will share that on another post.

7) I’m making a big move next week and really excited. More on that later… 🙂


NYC DSLR meetup w/Philip Bloom

The inner geek in me came out last wednesday as my friends and I congregated to Times Square for the big NYC DSLR meetup hosted by the master himself, Philip Bloom. It was cool seeing like minded professionals and hobbyists take over Times Square with their cameras hanging around their necks and talking the latest tech talk. When the man himself finally showed up, we swarmed around him like vultures. Tourists and passerby’s were asking if he was someone famous and Philip said it best by telling one young girl, “if you’re not into geeky technology, you won’t know me.” Anyways, I’ve followed his blog for quite some time now so it was nice to finally see him in person. © Photos by good friend and flash wiz Chi Gao



Wow, I’ve realized it’s been almost 2 months since my last post. I guess that’s what happens with the increased popularity of micro-blogging and the quick and easy use of Twitter. I’ve been busy at work with pitches and spending lots of time inside After Effects for holiday greetings, logo animations and updating the new Last Exit website. I have a handful of projects I need to add to my portfolio site. In the meantime, check out my latest project here.

2010 is around the corner and I expect big things for the new year! Happy Holidays.

The Kiko Monster