Adam Stroncone works professionally in motion graphics, VFX and Art Direction since 2000. His work has appeared nationally on broadcast commercials, ESPN, EPIX, Amazon, Netflix, and film festivals nationwide. Most recently, he was Art Director for the ESPN 30 for 30 on the life of wrestler Ric Flair, Nature Boy.
His full list of services include video graphics and post production, web design and production, as well as print/graphic design. Please click the image to view the VFX demo reel. Below are some Print and Web samples. Other work available by request.
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“There is nothing glamorous in what I do. I’m a working man. Perhaps I’m luckier than most in that I receive considerable satisfaction from doing useful work which I, and sometimes others, think is good.‿ -Saul Bass
Providing services for motion graphics and special effects, compositing, keying and other post-production needs. I can prepare you videos for TV broadcast to web and everything in between.
Providing services from intial idea to final launch of your website. You are kept up-to-date through the entire build. I can design your site and do all the work necessary to get your site live for you! Either traditional HTML or WordPress, starting your first site, or rebuilding an outdated one.
Need a logo? Let's get branding! Do you need a brochure? I can help get your word out there! Got that movie you want to advertise? Let's posterize it! Need a deck made for your upcoming project? I'll take your ideas and put it in page form.
A little about myself... I have been working professionally in digital media since 2000. I have my bachelor's in Computer Arts from School of Visual Arts in New York. I am proficient in After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator, Cinema 4D, Dreamweaver, InDesign, HTML and WordPress. Born and raised in New York, I am a fan of good music, good beers and a good laugh. If there is one thing that I've learned over the years, it is to make sure the final product is the best for both the client and myself. The job is not done unless you are satisfied.