Teaser made for the jumbotron at MetLife Stadium.
Design: Title posters for major NJ.com documentaries
Website and logo design
Magazine cover photography
Logo and animation reel
Logo design and client sizzle reel
Design and photography consultation
Social media, logo, drone videography and layout design
Live event production, venue design and logistics
Logo and print design
Groomed, then Gone: Dogs are dying after PetSmart visits and families struggle to understand why. An NJ.com special investigation.
A coalition of American newsrooms owned by Advance Local launched “Guns, an American Conversation” with the journalism organization Spaceship Media. The project convened people on opposite sides of the social and political spectrum to engage in a dialogue around the polarizing topic of guns. The project began with an in-person workshop for 21 participants in Washington, D.C., on March 24 and 25, at the Newseum who worked with facilitators skilled in bringing people together across conflicting points of view. It then moved to an online Facebook conversation where 130 more people joined the conversation.
“Guns, an American Conversation,” is a new approach to public service journalism that will bring together Americans of diverse perspectives and experiences in a closed, month-long moderated Facebook group to discuss guns and other related social issues, according to a news release from Advance Local.Read More
Fractal over water
From the serene Red Mill in Clinton to bustling nearby towns, Star-Ledger videographers Adya Beasley and Andre Malok capture the big snow melt in three acts: the tranquil drips, the pervasive grit and the return to water.
Temperatures throughout the state have been above 90 degrees for several days this July, but this heat wave hasn't stopped sun-worshippers in Seaside Heights from enjoying their summer. (Video by Mike Roy, Presentation by Bumper DeJesus / The Star-Ledger)
Sunrises and star trails are seen in motion in this collection of daytime and nighttime time-lapses of the JetStar roller coaster in Seaside Heights. 05/13/2013 (Video by Bumper DeJesus, time-lapses by Tony Kurdzuk and Andre Malok / The Star-Ledger)
Winner of the 2013 New York Emmy award in the Interactivity category.
Enduring Memories of September 11 - showcasing the 30-minute video documentary, Star of Reflection: New Jersey Ten Years After 9/11- part of the New Jersey Special Reports app on iPad and Android. Editors: George Frederick, Seth Siditsky, Bumper DeJesus, Adya Beasley and Jennifer Brown. Video presentation created by Bumper DeJesus
Watch the full documentary.
2013 New York Emmy Award Nominee for Arts: Program Feature/Segment
Armed with colorful chalk and something to say, The Guerilla Haiku Movement hit the streets of Orange, New Jersey and filled them with haiku poetry. The four hour event was meant to help build community through creativity and interpersonal connections. Participants are encouraged to get as many people as possible from the town involved in making poetry. Though the sidewalk chalk will eventually fade, organizers hope the sense of community that stems from the activities won't. (Video by Adya Beasley and Bumper DeJesus / The Star-Ledger) Music by JR Kong.
Highlights from the New York Giants' last three games: Wild card playoffs against the Atlanta Falcons, Divisional playoffs against the Green Bay Packers, and Conference playoffs against the San Francisco 49ers. (Music by Jack D. Elliot, Video by Bumper DeJesus / The Star-Ledger)
Videos by Jennifer Brown, Editing by Bumper DeJesus
Scarlet Fever, a Rutgers University sports apparel outfit in New Brunswick, is selling specially-created t-shirts to raise money for Eric LeGrand, a Rutgers defensive tackle who suffered a spinal cord injury in last Saturday’s game. Owner Steve Ostergren talks about how one of the two designs for the shirts had come from a father and son team. (Video by Patti Sapone and Bumper DeJesus / The Star-Ledger)
It was a gun that would put Hutchins in prison. It would be another gun that would change his life and bring him closer to his 4-year old son, Quadir. Of the nearly 400 people that were shot in Newark last year, two were younger than 5 years old. Quadir Hutchins was one of those children. (Photographs by Jennifer Brown, Presentation by Bumper DeJesus)
Title montage - Intro animations I have created for the Star-Ledger. Music clip: "1901" by Phoenix.
News outlets described it as a "paralyzing blizzard", but maybe New Jerseyans were prepared for the snow this time around. Here are scenes of the peace a snowstorm sometimes brings.