Thanks for stopping by! My name is Devin Renca and I'm a motion graphic artist based out of Burlington, Vermont. I have a real passion for putting striking visual design solutions into motion. Whether I'm working to develop branding, titling, animation or anything in between, I believe that a professional attitude coupled with an emphasis on having fun creates the most geniune design solutions. After all, if it's not enjoyable, why pursue it?
If you're interested in learning a little more about me or would like to get in touch, feel free to click the 'about' tab on the navigation bar above for a little bit of my backstory. Likewise, the ''portfolio' tab will take you directly to my latest design related endeavours. Finally, the 'blog' tab will take you over to my personal blog, where I'm keeping up to date with all my latest projects and happenings. Enjoy your stay!



Created as the final for a college course on After Effects, this project was designed to be a visually engaging representation of the song Drive It Like You Stole It by American electronic music group The Glitch Mob. It combines some elements from Cinema 4D but the majority of the work was created within After Effects. I do not own the copyrights to the song.


Created as a personal branding exercise, this project utilized After Effects to add fun, engaging motion to my existing logo design. In addition to the animation aspect, I also recorded and edited my own sound effects to add more character to the motion graphic design as it played out.


Created for Champlain College's admission's department, this admission's video worked to highlight the Burlington area as an attractive collegiate destination. I was involved in the editing, color correction, motion graphics, and typography of the video. I also worked as a boom-crane operator and cinematographer during select sequences.