2013 July Newsletter



Sizzle reels are so 2012. Sure, they show off our best work, but what clients really want to know is how we do what we do. Motion graphics is second nature to us, but the process can be overwhelming. So, we threw open the doors. We want you to know how our stellar creative process will Spike The Punch on your next project. We are proud to unveil the first in a series of case studies about how we start, execute and deliver every project that comes our way. To see how we Spike The Punch, visit justinmcclure.com and click on the first case study to view the video.



It's a good day when the caller ID shows National Geographic. We recently wrapped two projects with National Geographic: National Geographic World, and Secret Life of Predators. For National Geographic World, a special series that aired recently, we developed the show open graphics, as well as the complete show package including lower thirds, snipes, and transitions in and out of the show. Needless to say, we loved getting our hands on that kind of quality footage! The Secret Life of Predators is set to air this fall, and we will be able to feature our work later in the year. View the full National Geographic World open.


We love working with startups, so whenMileStar founder, Chelsea Duggan, approached us to develop an identity and branding for her company, we were excited to jump in. We developed the logo and identity, and later created 3 additional characters, and illustrated MileStar's first children's book, pictured above. In addition to our love of working with startups, we love promoting them! MileStar is entered in the Red Ticycle 2013 Totally Awesome Awards, which highlights the best of the best in parenting websites, and we'd love for you to join us in voting for MileStar. To Vote, please click the link and follow the instructions, and you'll feel good about helping a startup too. Vote Now!



On July first, we opened the doors to the new Justin McClure Creative space. We said farewell to our beloved home of three years, and upgraded to a space that allows us a little more breathing room. We are in the process of settling in, decorating, and planning our first Foosball Tournament. Stay tuned; we will announce details later this summer for our upcoming open house. 

Justin McClure