Working with Big Vision for a little over a year has come with an understanding of agency work life. Being a member of a team and find your place in that team was a learning process, and one i'm grateful for getting a chance to experience. My roles within Big Vision were engaging and constantly evolving. I had the chance to work with large local & international brands. Traveling across country for video shoots, and pushing the company's growth to new heights were all excellent to be a part of. My work included UX/UI, Animation, Photography, and Videography. I will go into detail on each aspect with sample work below. Thank you for reading.
The Assistance Fund (TAF) is a nonprofit helping patients with chronic diseases access their medical treatments. Big Vision worked with them to build a brand of hope for their patients. My role in this rebranding was all asset based. I was hired late into this project and basically jumped in to fill in their website with it's visual content, photography & videography.
For both photography and video, we took close-up shots of patients looking directly into the camera. It’s almost like you’re making eye contact with them, which makes it feel personal and real. The focus is on them and who they are. Not the illness.
Myzone is an accurate exercise tracking device. They were becoming a global brand and wanted our help reaching the U.S. fitness industry. We handled multiple assets of their brand but the parts that I personally touched included marketing, email series, social media, print designs, photography and videography. A lot of the photo and video assets were captured while traveling around the US to specific clubs / gyms that had used Myzone successfully.
First Baptist Church Windermere (FBCW) is a community of believers who follow Jesus in their everyday lives, and they're passionate about transforming Central Florida. We worked with them to create a better brand experience. Big Vision's project for FBCW consisted of Brand Mark, Print Materials, Website, Videography, & Photography. The elements I personally touched and had a lead on included; website, videography, & photography.
This was my first website project for Big Vision and it ended up winning us a silver Addy in the website category.
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The Creative City Project (CCP) is an NPO that hosts the premier performing and installation arts event in the nation. Over 1,00 artists turn streets into stages in the heart of downtown Orlando, creating immersive experiences for thousands of guests. Up until recently, CCP was the name of the event itself. But during the rebranding process, we realized the name needed a change as well. Immerse was then named and branded, I helped concept out some of the website layout and structure but most of my time spent with this brand was into the photography and videography assets.
Working with Big Vision for a little over a year introduced agency life to me. It showed me the importance of collaboration and the structure of steps put in place to provide easy handoffs between designers, devs, and copywriters. I leveled up a lot in all my skills by working with them and met some awesome people as well.