Dogan is an award-winning designer based in Los Angeles, specializing in creative direction, editing and motion design. His portfolio showcases his work for major studios and streaming platforms, including Warner Bros, 20th Century, Sony, A24, Netflix, Disney, Amazon, and HBO Max.
As a multi-disciplinary designer at LA-based creative companies, Dogan played an essential role in numerous award-winning campaigns, some of which were honored with Golden Trailer Awards and Clio Awards.
Notably, he served as an Associate Creative Director at Trailer Park Group where he actively participated in the development of many large-scale Hollywood marketing campaigns. Currently, he works as a Creative Director/Motion Designer/Editor in the entertainment marketing field.
Dogan's passion for filmmaking and design originated in his childhood in Istanbul. At the age of 8, he began shooting and editing short films. His early creative journey involved exploring motion graphics, illustrations, and edits inspired by comics and classic cinema. As Dogan grew, his passion for art and feature films flourished, guiding him towards a career in the film and marketing industry. Holding a bachelor's degree in Visual Communication Design, he established the foundation for his journey as a multi-disciplinary designer.
In 2012, during his college years, Dogan gained international recognition for his fan-made title sequence for The Dark Knight Rises. His work was featured in publications such as IGN, Movieweb, Art of the Title, Watch the Titles, 9GAG, Fubiz, Gizmodo, Buzzfeed, and more. What set his creation apart was the absence of digital animation; instead, he relied on practical effects. His approach caught the attention of Academy Award-winning producers, leading to an invitation to direct and design the official title sequence for National Geographic's first feature film, Seal Team Six.
In 2013, Dogan also designed the official cover artwork animation for The XX's album "Coexist" and he created the artwork animations for Vampire Weekend's Grammy Award-winning album "Modern Vampires of the City".
In 2014, he founded his own company Frametale, and served as Creative Director. From print to DOOH campaigns, trailer editing to social media, he collaborated with various talents and led as the VFX Supervisor for numerous international documentaries and TV series. He also collaborated with esteemed Turkish filmmakers, including Cannes Award-winning director Nuri Bilge Ceylan. With over 50+ titles, he edited trailers and designed title sequences for local TV series and films.
Dogan's industry experience and unique insights has inspired and empowered aspiring creatives during his engaging speaking engagements at various universities. Beyond that, he generously volunteers as a mentor for film and design students, leaving a lasting impact and igniting creative sparks in countless students.
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