Nol Honig


Nol Honig is a director, designer, and animator in New York City. In his spare time, he can often be found wearing neckties.
Over the years he has worked with an impressive array of clients, including Coca-Cola, CBS, MTV, YouTube and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. In 2012 he was one of the lead motion designers for Barack Obama's presidential campaign. 
Aside from his client work, Nol is also a passionate educator. In 2017 he received a Distinguished Teaching Award for his work teaching motion graphics at Parsons School of Design. He also is the creator of the popular online class After Effects Kickstart at School of Motion.
In addition to work with The Drawing Room, Nol is a regular contributor to the industry blog Motionographer where he has profiled some of the most innovative and interesting people working in motion graphics today. In 2017 he was an advisory board member and short-list judge for the Motion Awards, the first award show exclusively for the field of motion design.

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