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Justin McClure - Creative Director

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Justin McClure is a creative director with over a decade of experience in the fields of advertising, motion graphics and broadcast television. McClure worked as an art director in Chicago for Leo Burnett, one of the top-ten advertising agencies in the U.S. From there, McClure moved on to Barkley Advertising in Kansas City, one of the largest employee-owned advertising agencies in the Nation. While at Barkley, McClure developed, implemented and led the agency’s first in-house motion graphics department.

Next, McClure took a post with CMT in Nashville, part of MTV Networks, working as a lead designer and animator for broadcast television. In 2008, after honing his skills at CMT and continuing to develop his freelance design business, he decided to move his growing family back to Kansas to start his own company.

Today, McClure is the owner and executive creative director at Justin McClure Creative, a creative studio specializing in motion design, broadcast animation, video production and new media technologies located in Wichita, Kansas.

McClure’s creative portfolio includes work from major television networks such as ABC, CMT, Discovery Channel, Disney, National Geographic, the Science Channel and Syfy. He has also worked for national consumer brands such as American Airlines, Beechcraft, Cessna, Chick-fil-A, Dell, MLB, NFL, Old Navy, Payless, Sonic, and Sprint. His work with national level clients, as well as being the creator of Rerendered.com, has led him to become one of the most recognized motion design artists in the industry.

Beyond the national clients and awards lies a greater purpose, the importance of giving back to his community. To that end, he has donated countless hours and creative talents to several local and national non-profit organizations including: Numana, Big Brothers Big Sisters, KPTS, Butler Community College, KidzCope, Rainbows United, Layla Grace Foundation, Abby’s Gift, Kyrie Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, Catholic Charities and Meridian 6.

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