After Effects Courses

Premium Courses for After Effects & Premiere Pro Users. Follow a plan that works,

learn to create better video and more engaging videos using video effects.

After Effects & Video Effects Course

Learn how to create video effects using Adobe After Effects. It breaks down the technical barrier to creating effects. Once you can understand how to make them, your will be able to unleash your FULL creativity.



2D Animation Course

Animation is a very effective tool for telling stories and capturing attention. That's why I created this course, which will teach you After Effects techniques, infographics and 2D animations.



Beginner After Effects Course

Learn Adobe After Effects in just 5 days! I've broken this course down for you into 14 need to know videos. This is perfect for beginners wanting to learn Ae from scratch. Included within MotionFX Pro & Animation Master.



Motion Hero

Motion Graphics After Effects Course

In this After Effects Short Course, you will learn how to come up with ideas for animations, learn how to design an animation and then finally animate a complete project in After Effects.



Video Effects Course

This course guides you through my entire workflow for how I created my cinematic video. You will learn how to concept, plan, shoot, edit, color grade and add video effects for your next cinematic video.

June 2022


After Effects Expressions

This is a FREE After Effects Short Course that will teach you the basics about Expressions in After Effects. We cover what they are, how we use them as well as common expressions.


Paid Courses vs YouTube?

Why should I pay for online training when YouTube is FREE? As you know, Youtube is a great free resource, but it's challenging to find the right information when you need it and also to know what the right information is? The whole idea of a course is to present the right information, with a step by step plan to the right user at the right time. You're getting the right information, saving yourself a headache from all the guess work and saving hours sifting through YouTube for those answers.

I look at it like building a house… If you just need to patch a roof or repair a leaky faucet, then YouTube is an excellent way to learn. But what if you need to build the entire house? Where do you even start? Probably not with the roof, but other than that, you would be doing a lot of searching and piecemeal learning to figure it out.

Typical Expected Learning Times

  • The sad truth is, a lot of YouTube channels teach outdated techniques, or they make you watch 'sing and dance' to increase watch time before giving you any real information!

  • YouTube says there are nearly 500 hours of content uploaded to their platform every MINUTE, this means the hours spent searching is only going up!

  • Every video in the course is structured and to the point, making it easy to go back and find the right information when you need it "NO FLUFF."

  • YouTube videos are not very structured for having conversations. Here I'm always ready to answer questions and provide any clarification.