All in motion

A handpicked collection of diverse motion graphics works

Loop Animation representing global warming

What started it?

This is going to get personal, motion was probably one of my first experience with graphic design. I started doing stop motion videos, cell animation and 3D before I was twelve years old! I won't be showing any of that day maybe. But it only made sense when I switched from my previous career to dive back into animated content. You will find below my very first showreel, followed by a few more detailed projects.


  • Art direction
  • Motion

Showreel 2022


After I graduated from Shillington — a very intense year — in 2021, I wanted to keep learning new skills. I went back to my roots, started all over again with the twelve principles of animation and got involved in a bunch of Motion Design projects. Here's my first ever showreel. Being in the middle of an exponential learning curve, I encourage viewers to look at my more detailed projects below, gathering more recent work.

Old boy

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If you haven't seen Old Boy, please stop right here and go watch this masterpiece.

This was a concept work for the opening credits of the movie. A travel between Oh Dae-su’s ignorance and thirst for revenge, before drowning into madness. This project concluded my first year learning about motion design and 3D.

It remains a case I am very proud to show in my portfolio.

Old Boy excerpt, cloth in motion

Ravie's Tournament

Ravie what?

Ravie is a motion design studio, led by Austin Bauwens and Noah Damon Wilde, that engages with its community in various ways. They organized their first motion design tournament back in May 2023: an elimination tournament divided in three weeks, three successive rounds, starting with eight competitors, ending with one winner.

Each week we were given a specific brief (theme, duration). All contestants could earn tokens and spend them as a bonus/malus (e.g. to force your opponent to use a random effect of After Effects). Submissions were then reviewed every Monday during a YouTube live. In the event of a tie, viewers could vote for the round's winner.

I am very proud to have won this first edition of the tournament (it was a tight game!). You can find all my submissions on my Instagram page but I will detail this last round's animation. The theme was "The Elements" and as a malus I had to include a specific shape in my video.

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The Elements

The idea started with alchemy, the classical elements typically refer to earth, water, air, fire. By combining them, you could create everything and anything. I then received what we may call "the shape of death" from my opponent. Lucky me, the shape was composed of precisely four elements!

I decided to tweak the storyline: the four usual elements would now be represented by the elements composing this shape. By bringing them together, one could create a powerful entity, that would allow you to travel to another dimension!

Monday's Challenge

What is this all about?

Oh well oh well, what got me into that. A fun little challenge that pushed me to explore more about motion, and to do so on a weekly basis.