ONE80 will solve any design, video production, editing and/or animation needs that you might have! We are a small business: a team with all the necessary skills, experience, software and hardware to produce professional, brand-building, award-winning graphics, and to meet any deadline.
Founded in 1999, ONE80 is a design studio that creates visual strategies. We put design in motion to tell stories, to create and to build brand awareness, and to enhance the content and message of our clients’ products. ONE80 provides comprehensive solutions across all visual media including television, film, print, web, physical and virtual sets and media installations.
ONE80 has also created documentary/film, print, commercial and corporate work - our portfolio is incredibly diverse, we’ve designed for a huge array of venues, and we crave new challenges.
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Amy has vast amounts of experience as an editor, compositor, director and visual effects artist. Utilizing the Adobe Creative Suite as well as Cinema 4D and more, she brings the art of motion design and compositing together with creative storytelling. Amy is always thinking multiple steps ahead of the process. She also oversees the technical direction of our projects, so that all of our creative ideas can be realized without compromise.
Scott is known for his ability to create compelling and memorable media experiences with consideration to the innovative dissemination of information and the merging of creativity and technology. Scott has had extensive experience in applying design direction and creative strategies to large-scale media initiatives. He is the recipient of five National Emmy Awards for his work with NBC Sports and the Olympic Games on NBC, and has received many other industry acknowledgements for his creative talents, including numerous awards for his work on the monumental ESPN SportsCentury project. Scott holds a BFA in Fine Arts from Syracuse University. He furthered his education at The Center for the Media Arts In New York and has been a participant and speaker at higher education design and technology events, including presentations at Cooper Union in New York City, Northeastern University and Mount Ida College.