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Senior Motion Graphics Designer/Animator

We are looking for a freelance senior motion graphics designer/animator who can work on a wide variety of projects, including event openers, explainer videos, and corporate animations. The ideal candidate possesses top notch design skills, is a master of Adobe Affects, and is able to work quickly under tight deadlines. We want to establish professional relationships with the best motion designers in the industry.

Cramer has an extremely talented in-house animation team that may need help on our larger scale projects. That said, we would often need for you to ‘own’ the project, and work directly with the project team. (Primarily the producer, and creative director). This collaborative relationship will require great communication skills, and an ability to translate concepts and storyboards into high end motion graphics.

Ideally we are looking for our candidates to live in the northeast U.S. region, though we are open to freelancers working remotely throughout the United States.

*(Sorry, we are not taking applications from freelancers outside of the U.S.)

Responsibilities include:

  • Pre pro, design, graphic layout, typographic design, animatic creation, and video editing, compositing, compression.
  • Ability to accurately provide estimates based on storyboards and creative concepts, provide deliverables on time, and on budget.
  • Manage rendering, provide iterative previews, and communicate effectively with creative leads, and producer, ability to post work quickly.


  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience delivering high end motion graphics.
  • Complete proficiency with the Adobe Creative Suite, especially After Effects, Illustrator & Photoshop.
  • Experience with 3D Studio Max (or other 3D application), Element 3D, and Red Giant’s Trapcode Suites preferred.

If you have the desired experience, and professional requirements please send a link to your demo reel and resume to

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