Michelle Obama and the Let’s Move! Campaign
The Charlie Rose Show
ABCNews New York
Environmental Defense Fund
The World Bank
The World Resources Institute
BBC World News America
The National Endowment for the Humanities
The New York City Mayor’s Office
The San Francisco Mayor’s Office
America’s Black Forum
Ogilvy PR International
The Peace Corps
The Tim Russert Show
The Robert Johnson Foundation
IRS Corporate Television
Health and Human Services
The Coast Guard
dnbstudios was formed in 1999 by Washington DC designer Bronson Hoover. We’ve been fortunate to work with many wonderful organizations and folks from around the world. dnbstudios is a full-fledged design house. We have all you need to create original, fresh designs for your video, logo, print and web needs.
The journey to motion graphics has been an interesting one for Bronson. In the early 1990s, Bronson was a sous chef for the Clyde’s Restaurant Group and worked for many years at the Clyde’s in Columbia, Maryland. When it got too hot in the kitchen, Bronson returned to his original love: music. For the end of a busy decade, Bronson worked as a keyboard player in numerous touring bands, playing with the trip-hop quartet Loa, the reggae group Orange Whip, and the funky horn band Jay Jay. He was also a regular sideman in many DC/Baltimore based jazz groups, including a regular appearance at Tony & Joes’ in DC’s Georgetowne. Bronson currently plays with the Bellevederes from Baltimore, Walrus Boot from Washington DC, and the Hollow Prophets from Highland, MD.
In 1999 Bronson was fortunate to be hired to work as a studio camera operator for Hardball with Chris Matthews. Moving to graphics had him busy freelancing regularly for ABCNews shows like Nightline and World News Tonight, Reuters, MSNBC, BBC America, PBS Newshour, and CNBC's Tim Russert Show. All while he built up a client base as a motion graphics designer working for EnergyNow!, Reuters, Comcast SportsNet, and AARP.
Bronson is an Adobe Certified Instructor and an Adobe Certified Expert in After Effects and teaches regularly in Columbia, Maryland at ThinkBig!.