Hello there, my name is Amelia. I am a designer and animator with a graphic design
and illustration background. I hope you’re enjoying my reel. Please have a look around.
I have a lot of process you can view in the left panel. You can always look at my resume
for more info. You can email me at email@example.com
PrayWithMe animation was created as a promo video for the new site praywith.me
Our character, Ryan, had some organizational prayer troubles until he came across praywith.me which helped him keep track no matter where he is. Beneficial for Ryan, and helpful to those who love to stay organized!
Art Direction and Animation: Amelia Charles
Producers: Mark Chou and Carlin Yuen
While working with Arsenal New York, this holiday Ecard was animated for Telx.
Position: Designer and Animator
While working with Dagr-Nott, this animation was created as one piece of a larger medical video.
Non-for-profit, ALEGRIA (“JOY” in spanish) was seeking to raise funds to give
instruments to the children at La Segrada Familia. Our ultimate goal was to reach the
viewer on a personal level— to remind them of the joy music brings, and that it’s a
gift worth giving. We successfully met and exceeded our goal! See Process
The logo was created in After Effects with part stop-motion, shot with trusty Nikon D80.
I enjoy all different materials and am inspired by all sorts of things. I chose materials I
regularly work with and enjoy to design a logo where the materials have a specific
function, are alive, and most importantly fun. See Process
On a 3 X 10 foot sheet of paper, chosen words were composed to create two separate
paths. The two paths were created in their own distinct typographic personalities which
eventually mesh together to reveal a mix of styles forming the word, “difference”.
The Mix animation was created to present and promote the interior design of MIX
International Housing, which was designed specifically for students studying abroad in
the United States. Interior Designer, Lynn Ackerson, chose the avenue of animation to
provide the audience with the overall goal and vibe. See Process
“Itself” is a short animation based on the children’s book, “Itself” written by Keith
Godard. By Keith’s request, this animation is an interpretation of its original form.
Cardboard and other materials have been compiled to create hand-made characters.
This animation exhibits a selection of work by Graphic Designer, Keith Godard. The
stop motion series was created as a visual aid for Keith Godard’s presentation in China.
Instead of approaching his presentation with the usual slide presentation, Keith wanted
to take a new route of entertainment to showcase his designs.