This is the portfolio of Jason Marziani.

Partnering with restaurateur-turned-entrepreneur Jonathan Makar, we launched FAB Friends, a professional social network for the food and beverage industry.  Available online and on iOS, the app helps the service industry find what they are looking for, whether that be a new gig or a shift to fill.

Peanut Chews Red Light Green Light, part of a rebrand campaign for the Philadelphia area candy bar.  A swipe-fest that spins you through Olde City, Fairmount Park, and LOVE Park.  Don’t touch the red light screen or the game ends.  Built with cocos2d-x and published to iTunes and Google Play.

Jason and Monica’s Save the Date video

Design by Monica Gursky
Animation in Adobe After Effects by Jason Marziani
Story by Jefferson Gonick
Robot and Ninja characters hand crafted by the amazing Zach Williams of Grotesk Collective groteskcollective.com/
Photography and additional characters donated by Jackie Palmer

Paper Monster Mess, designed and developed by Little Wins with art direction by Red Tettemer and Partners, the gameplay works like Arkanoid meets Tetris.  Catch the balls the monster throws or have the stack of paper rise behind you.  The closer you get to the monster, the harder it is to catch.  Built with cocos2d-iphone and box2d.

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From Jan 1, 2009 to Jan 1, 2010, ScapeNation rocked faces. 1 Million faces. Backed by TweenBrands (Limited Too, ShopJustice), ScapeNation was one of the first MMO’s in the 9-13 year old market to join its audience together in the fight against a common enemy, the evil Darkness and his henchmen, the Nils. The storyline weaved players through 272k mini-games sessions across 12 titles, 490k avatar and residence purchases across 1000+ virtual goods, and 1.2M chat messages.

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This site features the great state of Pennsylvania’s tax credits for filmmakers, which have since ended. Based on WordPress, we built the homepage using Papervision3D to highlight the state’s diverse locations.

For the past five years Red Tettemer has produced a viral campaign around Groundhog’s Day for the Pennsylvania Tourism Office. This year, we created a series of shorts in a variety of filming styles that released through out the month of January in preparation for the main event on February 2, 2009. Site and films were nominated for a 2009 One Show in the category of Non-broadcast campaign.