I'm Asher: video producer, writer, & motion designer.

I specialise in producing, writing, presenting, and animating explainer videos and short documentaries. Over the years I have honed a diverse technical, creative, and editorial skill-set, with one goal in mind: distilling complicated subjects into compelling, clear and memorable stories.

My work is driven by an insatiable curiosity, commitment to depth and quality, and a genuine joy of learning. Whether I'm animating an intricate, data-driven motion graphics sequence; diving into research on a challenging topic; crafting a script to balance clarity with depth; or presenting that script to camera; the process is always directed towards understanding this complex world just a little bit better.

For over a decade, I've worked on films for the likes of the BBC, The Economist, Reuters, Earthrise, Capital.com and the Vancouver Aquarium. My own films have been featured by Sight & Sound, The Atlantic, National Geographic, The Australian Science Channel, Indiewire, Dazed Digital, and more.

With over 15 years of experience in Adobe's Creative Suite, I've also designed and taught courses in After Effects, Premiere Pro, Photoshop, and Illustrator. I'm an experienced camera operator and photographer; I studied film production in university and have extensive experience with Sony's A7 series, FS/FX series, and with lighting a scene or an interview.

I'm Canadian-born and currently based in Paris, France. Besides work, I'm an avid reader and writer, I play guitar and write music, exercise, and organise events with friends (I'm the guy who makes the poll in the group chat). Other fun projects I've worked on include creating a podcast, and designing the debut album artwork for my friends' band (entirely in 3D using Blender).