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Motomo Studio creates 'thermal' spot for the release of the 2019 Acura NSX in an orange pearl finish.

The New York International Film & TV Awards announce a World Bronze Award for our Monday Night Football 2016/17 Open

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New site launches. Designed by Motomo and Mina Shoaib. Programming: Jonathan Lahijani. Motomo logo design by Jay Bryant. Coordination: Max Thoeny.

Motomo Studio helps launch "The Style Of Swagger" on TheUndefeated.com

Monday Night Football season starts with a brand-new GMC intro - designed, filmed and composited by Motomo Studio.

Our Monday Night Football intro for the 2015-16 season wins a Silver Promax Award in the "Art Direction & Design: Sports Program Spot” category.

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Carsten Becker

From cars zooming through hi-tech landscapes to soda can puppets, German born director-designer Carsten Becker fuses products with discovery, sports with synthesized bodies, and stylized imagery with elegant typography.

Carsten's education began in the optical effects department of Bavaria Studios in Munich ("Das Boot", "Neverending Story"). Carsten then completed a formal education in cinematography in Berlin and became an early adopter of digital post production. In 1998, Carsten was awarded a scholarship for a new full-time Visual Effects and Title Design program at the American Film Institute in Los Angeles. On graduation he was offered a job with renowned title designer Kyle Cooper at Imaginary Forces in Hollywood.

A senior creative on national campaigns for Adidas, Nike, Sprint, Microsoft, as well as leading entertainment brands, Carsten's portfolio has garnered wide industry recognition including several Promax Gold and Silver awards and an Emmy nomination. He has designed and directed film and TV opens, commercials and immersive experiences that have taken a fresh approach at promoting their brands.

Carsten holds a Master Degree from the American Film Institute and regularly teaches design and animation workshops at the California Institute of the Arts (Calarts).