Daniel Kramer is a senior motion designer with over seven years of experience helping brands translate their creative vision into high-impact visual solutions and content. He partners with leading creative studios and global brands to solve complex design challenges across a broad range of media and platforms.
As a designer, Daniel pairs expertise in motion graphics, animation, creative problem solving, and visual effects, with a deep understanding of rhythm, timing, and narrative. He has experience leading and partnering with internal teams of designers, animators, editors, and producers on concept development, storyboarding, script writing, and creation of 2D imagery for web, broadcast, and live events.
His earlier career included roles at the BBC, developing programming and content for multiple affiliates, and producing segments featuring major artists like Notorious BIG, Nirvana, George Clinton, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. He worked as an art director for Badgers and Winters designing graphical treatments and global advertising campaigns for Avon, Worth, and other agency accounts.
Since 2010, he has served as an in-house and freelance motion designer, producing compelling, high-quality content and graphics for brands including L’Oreal, JPMorgan Chase, Nestle, The Washington Post, Time, Inc., The LA Times and Thompson Reuters. As the sole in-house designer for digital media platform Complex, he led creative direction, design, and animation on all graphics and digital content for their lifestyle channel, Hustle, while directing a team as part of a brand collaboration with Cîroc Vodka.
Daniel is a graduate of The New School’s master’s program in design and technology, and earned his undergraduate degree in studio engineering and video production from the American College in London.