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Joe Fuller

Motion Graphics

Joe Fuller is a motion graphic designer, filmmaker, and avid drawer. His motion graphic work on features for the Kansas City Chiefs led to two Regional Emmy’s and several nominations for in stadium and publicity graphics.


Fuller entered motion design as a means to combine video with his traditional art background. Through designing show opens for Kansas City Public Television, team intros and promos for various professional sports teams, ad campaigns, and viral videos, he delights in finding graphic solutions that are conceptually and aesthetically sound.


Fuller earned his bachelors of fine arts from the Kansas City Art Institute, where he was awarded the Digital Filmmaking mentorship award in 2011.



11.08.14
Seven Day Workshop from November 8 - 14, 2014 | Application deadline is October 1, 2014
Brooklyn, NY
12.01.14
Five Day Workshop from December 1 - 5, 2014 | Application deadline is October 29, 2014
Brooklyn, NY
01.12.15
Five Day Workshop from January 12-16, 2015 | Application deadline is December 1, 2014
Brooklyn, NY
05.23.15
Seven Day Workshop from May 23-29, 2015 | Application deadline is April 16, 2015
Brooklyn, NY
06.22.15
Five Day Workshop from June 22-26, 2015 | Application deadline is May 25, 2015
Brooklyn, NY
07.11.15
Seven Day Workshop from July 11-17, 2015 | Application deadline is May 25, 2015
Brooklyn, NY


Travel Anonymous by Jeff Hutchens

Ulaanbataar. N’Djamena. Ankara. Kyoto. Manaus. Calcutta. Pittsburgh. When you leave, no one knows you were there.

Swan Song by Rick Gershon and Caitlyn Greene

When Marilyn is diagnosed with dementia at age 58, her daughters refocused their lives to care for her during her most precious years. They try to juggle it all until they are forced to make a heartbreaking decision.

The Long Night by Tim Matsui

The Long Night, a feature film by Tim Matsui and MediaStorm, gives voice and meaning to the crisis of minors who are forced and coerced into the American sex trade.

A Shadow Remains by Phillip Toledano

Phillip Toledano’s life is marked by the passing of family. Each death diverting the river slightly. “You see yourself clearly when your parents die. You’re silhouetted on the hilltop, whatever that means.”

Rite of Passage by Maggie Steber

When Madje’s dementia proved relentless, her daughter Maggie moved her life to care for her. Maggie documented the liberation from the roles she and her mother had learned to play – a discovery that gave her the mother she always wanted.

60 Years for USAID

Jacintoport, Texas holds a symbol of hope that has brought life to over three billion people in 150 countries over the past 60 years.

The War Comes Home for CNN and Starfish Media Group

As the U.S. prepares for the final drawdown of soldiers from the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, Soledad O’Brien and MediaStorm take an intimate look at two veterans as they struggle with the transition from war to home.

Japan's Disposable Workers for Pulitzer Center

Japan’s Disposable Workers examines the country’s employment crisis: from suicide caused by overworking, to temporary workers forced by economics to live in internet cafes, and the elderly who wander a town in search of shelter and food.

These Bones of Mine for Neighborhood Centers Inc.

Syed was the black sheep. When he told his family he wanted to convert to a minority sect of Islam, they put a warrant out for his murder. He survived the horrific attempt at his life, but that is only the beginning of his story.

Swan Song for Neighborhood Centers Inc.

When Marilyn is diagnosed with dementia at age 58, her daughters refocused their lives to care for her during her most precious years. They try to juggle it all until they are forced to make a heartbreaking decision.

480 votes for CARE, Ripple Effect Images and Harbers Family Foundation

Lourdes Pilco is a middle-aged woman who’s spent most of her life working backbreaking jobs for little money. With the help of CARE, Lourdes was able to send her children to school while setting a new standard for women in her community.

Bit by Bit for Heifer International, Ripple Effect Images and Harbers Family Foundation

Elizabeth grew up in Peru. All she wanted in life was to attend school. But like so many in her community, she was prohibited by her parents. Bit by Bit is the story of a woman unwilling to be marginalized.

In This House for Heifer International, Ripple Effect Images and Harbers Family Foundation

Sofía first fled her family farm because there was never enough food, then her physically abusive husband. Sofia lived house-to-house for almost a decade. With the assistance of Heifer International, she finally built a house of her own.

2013 ICP Infinity Awards: Special Presentation - Jeff Bridges for International Center of Photography and Harbers Family Foundation

Jeff Bridges is an Academy Award-winning actor. He is also an accomplished photographer. He's been taking pictures on the set of his movies for more than 30 years, capturing intimate and surprising behind-the-scenes moments.

2013 ICP Infinity Awards: Young Photographer - Kitra Cahana for International Center of Photography and Harbers Family Foundation

Blurring the line between subjects and friends, Kitra Cahana captures a rare level of intimacy with her subjects. As a documentary photographer, her images explore anthropological, social and spiritual themes through a human perspective.

2013 ICP Infinity Awards: Applied/Fashion/Advertising Photography - Erik Madigan Heck for International Center of Photography and Harbers Family Foundation

As a photographer, Erik Madigan Heck does not differentiate between art and fashion in his work. Adhering to no rules, embracing his fears and seeing endless possibilities, Heck creates images people remember.

2013 ICP Infinity Awards: Art - Mishka Henner for International Center of Photography and Harbers Family Foundation

Looking, and trusting in that act alone, Mishka Henner explores photography as an appropriation artist. Through new and alternative technology, Henner inspects art from the past while innovating in the present.

2013 ICP Infinity Awards: Cornell Capa Lifetime Achievement - David Goldblatt for International Center of Photography and Harbers Family Foundation

David Goldblatt spent his life documenting apartheid in South Africa. While many photographers chased mass demonstrations and violent rebellions, Goldblatt focused on the cultural values that led to more than 40 years of repression.

2013 ICP Infinity Awards: Photojournalism - David Guttenfelder for International Center of Photography and Harbers Family Foundation

Surreal and mysterious, North Korea was a black hole to outsiders wanting a glimpse of the country. That all changed in 2012, when AP photographer David Guttenfelder led the opening of the bureau's newest office inside the North Korea.

2013 ICP Infinity Awards: Publication - Cristina de Middel for International Center of Photography and Harbers Family Foundation

The idea of an African space program may sound funny to some, but not to Cristina de Middel. Through a mix of fact and fiction, de Middel forces viewers to reinterpret a 1960s space program in Zambia in her photobook, The Afronauts.

2013 Recipient for the ICP Trustee Award: Pat Schoenfeld for International Center of Photography and Harbers Family Foundation

Pat Schoenfeld, 2013 ICP Trustees Award recipient and last remaining member of ICP's original staff, shares stories from ICP's earliest days and reflects on her continued involvement--though in a different capacity--nearly 40 years later.

Surviving the Peace: Angola for MAG America

After 30 years of civil war, the Angolan people live with daily reminders of conflict. 10 million mines and vast amounts of unexploded ordnance litter the ground, making every step a potentially life-threatening decision.

Finding Balance for United Nations Forum on Forests

Forests are an integral part of our lives and our future. But unless we can see them as more than an environmental issue, their future may be in jeopardy.

Resetting the Table for Starbucks

Resetting the Table takes a unique, personal look at the impact Starbucks’ Create Jobs for USA program has had on the American Mug & Stein pottery facility in East Liverpool, Ohio.

Coney Island Jay by Thomas McDade, Claire Molloy, Annette Porter, Ingrid Styrkestad, Suzanne Arden, Julia Galiano-Rios and Annemor Larsen

Jay Singer has been in love with one Brooklyn neighborhood his entire life. He grew up there, pined for it when he was forced to leave and returned when he couldn’t stand to be away. “Coney Island Jay” really loves Coney Island.

The American-Made Benny by Marcin Szczepanski, Markel Redondo and Bill Johnson

Benny is a “certified” garbologist. He collects what others throw away. Benny is also at war with his family. Here is a man sharing a house with his wife but living as a stranger. This is a household on the edge.

Luv Shtick by Lukas Augustin, Jillian Kitchener and JT Thomas

Dani Luv is a musician and comedian at the well-known Sammy’s Roumanian Restaurant in New York. Luv likes to sing classics from the likes of Frank Sinatra, and Louis Armstrong.

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