Nexus Motion Inc was founded in 2014 when Dave Koss and Matt Milstead merged their existing talent and experience in the video and motion graphics industry to form a single company. Their love of the craft goes beyond just business. It’s also their hobby. That’s why you’ll find them trying new techniques and side projects when they’re not on the clock. Video and animation is a way of life. 

They also run a website called Brograph.com, a tutorial website on Motion Graphics and Animation in After Effects and Cinema4D. They decided to share their knowledge via Brograph so that novices, professionals, and hobbyists could learn from their experiences in the industry. Besides tutorials, Brograph offers videos about ongoing experiments, video presentations about the industry, animation breakdowns, a podcast, and soon a section of affordable model packs & plugins. 


 DAVE KOSS

DAVE KOSS

Dave Koss is a three-time Telly Award-winning motion graphics artist and video producer who has worked with stars like George Strait, Oprah, and Creed. He got more and more into doing live graphics and media as concert video technology progressed. After having a kid, Dave decided to leave the road behind and concentrate on doing commercial motion graphics, commercial editing, and still creates content for concerts from time to time. His history in the inner workings of concert production have helped him become very knowledgeable in the integration of his media with the technology his clients are using on site.


MATT MILSTEAD

Matt Milstead worked for 9 years as a DP and senior editor for a small Dallas based post house, where he shot and edited multiple commercials for The Big 12 Conference and The Lone Star Conference.  He’s also a big supporter of the Dallas Video Fest’s 24 Hour video race and 24 Hour Film Race, where he’s placed top three in his category 7 times.  He’s written scripts for a few short films and collaborated with a few people to produce a short lived weekly cartoon called Doodle Cartoons as well as currently working on a full 12 episode cartoon.