I’d say the Highlight was working on TRON Legacy under Joseph Kosinski for all of 2010 making Holograms - now that was some fun shit...
Bradley G Munkowitz - GMUNK
Your first web encounter, year etc.
I starting looking at the web design scene around 1998 - Designgraphik, Volumeone, Praystation, Greyscale, Dform1, ThreeOh, Chapter3 - all those fuckers inspired the pants right of my legs..
My first computer was some nasty PC, running 8 bit games; King’s Quest and Wizardry were my jams as a kid... I used PC Paint quite a bit and that was the foundation for things to come...
Early website inspiration: Volumeone probably destroyed me the most... Designgraphik a close close second..
I was heavily inspired by the works of Chris Cunningham in college right as I was taking 16mm film classes, so that ushered HOURS in the Splicing room creating ‘Projector-Breakers’ because of the frequency of the splicing tape...
I was a film and graphic design major in college - my first job out of school was with Vir2L doing a little web design; it was much more video and motion graphics.. But my first real motion job was at Heavy in NYC, circa 2001... Then after that moved back to LA to work with Kyle Cooper at Imaginary Forces.. And then from there a bunch more motion work for probably 10 years up until today..
My first big web hit was probably my early GMUNK.com sites - but I think the super dope work was the Mandingo Immortal site in 2003 - had a ton of flavor and made a lot of people smile nice n wide at that Package..
And a de-archive of all the others can be found at the bottom of this page:
Oh man, where to start...
What are you up to now?
I just moved to San Francisco after 7 years in LA.. New start man, it’s been great..
I’m freelancing right now for the Autofuss / Bot&Dolly collective - wild stuff going on here.
What is the dream moving forward?