Hi there, I’m Matt Lewis, a multi-media designer from Michigan. Welcome to my portfolio website, thank you for stopping by.
I know it's important in the multimedia industry to have a firm grasp on multiple fields of visual communication. I stay current with the latest trends and software in this ever-changing, fast-paced industry.
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Another website I built using HTML/CSS for the LT Security company. The site is based on the 960-grid system.
This was a branding project of a fictitious ocean-front resort done in college with a small group of my peers
This is a website I created for DNS Industries Inc. They were looking for a simple, updated look for a re-design, and offered me the opportunity to create that for them.
The rock band Chaos Theory approached me about creating a layout for their new album, Retaliation.
The band Hell Rides North needed a website, so I took to Dreamweaver and Photoshop and made them one!
This is a photo-manipulation piece where I took ordinary fruits and vegetables and turned them into something not so ordinary.
This is another school project where we designed a new happy meal campaign, from food packaging to the toy display case.
Remember Sonic the Hedgehog? This is a personal piece I did while attending college, showing my knowledge of Adobe Illustrator’s gradient mesh tool.
This is a collection of traditional hand-drawn renders I made during college illustrating some of my drawing abilites.
Aside from designing the site for the band Hell Rides North, I also designed and built a presskit for them using Flash and ActionScript.
Focusing more on obvious shadows and hightlights rather than small, intricate, photorealistic details, I created somewhat of an urban art composition of myself.
In this project, I took a decorative font and with the help of photoshop selections, I digitally hand-crafted a chrome effect on this text.
These are a collection of concert posters, focusing on directing the viewers eye around in a way that presents the information in the most logical order.
Taking what I had learned about 3-D animation in conjunction with After Effects post-processing, this short clip to demonstrate some of my digital video/animation capabilities.
A short clip for the band Hell Rides North showcasing a rather stunning effect where still pictures appear to move.