What are Nestlé doing about plastic pollution? #PlasticMonster
Role: Visual Effects, Animation

Nestlé has created a #PlasticMonster. In 2018 Nestlé produced 1.7 million tons of plastic packaging last year— a 13% increase from the year before!

Greenpeace and its supporters around the world are calling on mega corporations like @Nestlé to stop polluting our planet with single-use plastic: www.greenpeace.org/write-to-nestle

Press

I was enlisted by team at People's Television to realize Visual Effects shots for their 
Original Post on Facebook
People's Television Directors Cut
BTS production of #plasticmonster
Before & After Shots
The following before & after shots where requested to brand and place the interior and exterior locations. These helped create a set for our protagonist "Nestlé's Chief Plastics Officer"
Fictional Nestlé Headquarters signage
Branded Racquetball Court
Vending Machine slime extension
Nestlé products featured in the plastic slime puddle.
#PlasticMonster DataMosh transition

Developed a Datamosh transition to transport "Nestlé's Chief Plastics Officer" into the grasp of the #plasticmonster that was lurking inside Nestlé's Vending Machine.

This sequence employed a very useful plug Datamosh available thru AE Scripts
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inside of After Effects.
Vending Machine "Chomp" Rig
Vending Machine "Digestion" Sequence
Vending Machine Final Sequence
Credits
Production company: People's Television
Executive Producer: Ryder Haske and Nicholas Bruckman
Director: Neil Solomon 
Producer: Ryder Haske and Lazslo Jaress
Director of Photography: Erin Collett
Art Director: Jack Renner
Editor: Nick Trenum 
Casting Director: Patrick Burnett
Colorist: Jene Curley
VFX & Animation: Fabian Tejada

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