Cinema 4D + After Effects for the motion graphics pieces.
Wrote the script, drew storyboards, and coordinated with a third-party voice actor.
Directed the live explainer videos on-site, coaching the talent on delivery and pacing while using a teleprompter.
Handled post-production, including audio mixing and graphic overlays.
I nearly bit off more than I could chew when I decided to model a bunch of 3D objects, including a nautically inclined woman, to illustrate the benefits of opening a self-directed IRA with Mainstar Trust.
But, lo and behold, I made it through, and the result was a pleasant little jaunt involving waterslides, a treacherous cave, and even a cow floating on a palette.
This is one of the few motion graphics projects where I spent more time in Cinema 4D than I did in After Effects, due to the heavily 3D nature of the visuals. It was challenging at times, from a purely computational standpoint, but the results were really fun to achieve in the end, and the client loved the output.