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Marissa Jones

Maker of motion graphics, producer of video, and designer

Marissa takes on projects ranging from motion graphics to infographics, videography to typography. She’s been lucky to work with organizations such as the Museum of Modern Art, Austin Film Society, and the ACLU. Her last job was at Progress Texas, a nonprofit specializing in progressive statewide advocacy. Her work is often concerned with social justice, people not being jerks, and the wonders of outer space.

She’s based in Austin, Texas where you can find her eating large quantities of food, hiking with her dog, or being overly competitive while playing board games.

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    The Messy Life of Alexander Lawerence

    A short film about a boy leaving his eccentric family for a life he can control: https://vimeo.com/121603585
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    ACLU: Vote Your DA

    This site informs Dallas constituents of the importance of voting for their District Attorney. View the full site here: https://dallasda.org/
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    Go Vote, please

    Texas has one of the lowest rates of voter turnout. Maybe gifs will convince people to go vote.
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    There Was a Choice

    An illustrated exploration of a woman’s choice: to fight or not to fight.

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