"All Man: The International Male Story" is a documentary film about the magazine/catalog that queered the image of the "All-American Boy" and ultimately changed attitudes about men’s fashion, masculinity and sexuality in America. 
My role on this project was lead motion designer and graphics coordinator. 
I worked closely with the associate producer, Taylor Vracin-Harrel and both directors, Jesse Finley Reed and Bryan Darling, to create roughly 200 scenes of photo-driven motion work for the film. I had the blessing of receiving help from Zena Grey and Brendt Rioux from Brainwave Central, as well as Bethany Radloff who all assisted me in producing all of the scenes for this film. 
Below are a some still images of motion design scenes I created within the film. "All Man: The International Male Story" has been submitted to a variety of film festivals in 2022 and I will be able to share more video examples in the future.
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