Philip Thomas’ Showcase Platform

Videographer / Film Editor

Philip Thomas

Philip Thomas graduated with a B.A. in Visual Effects and Motion Graphics from the Art Institute of Houston in 2013. He excelled in his projects in film, art, and animation.

Philip began to build his portfolio, and he provided his videography skills to local attorney Bob Bennett. He created promotional videos for the attorney’s practices at law.

At GameDay Films (later sold to VYPE Media), Philip captured the moments for local elementary and high school sports games. In February 2018, Philip was hired as an independent contractor for Spectrum Fusion to create videos of the Reactor Room Program as well as videos that were used for social media.

Most recently, Philip has co-created videos for other nonprofit organizations including Houston Early Music. He is looking for opportunities to work as part of a media team to film and produce stories that businesses need to tell to promote their missions.

Philip’s Resume

Introductory Video

Gallery of Philip’s Work


Examples of Videos created by Philip.

Philip’s first animation work during his tenure at the Art Institute of Houston.
Philip’s second 3D Max presenting a made-up commercial of a new golf club as a project for the Art Institute of Houston.
Philip’s instructional video of providing directions to the office of famed attorney Bob Bennett.
Philip’s instructional video of providing directions to the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel.
The lyric video for the song “Get My Wings”, the official theme song for the Reactor Room.
This is a 15-minute video documentary of the non-profit organization Houston Early Music and its focus on classical music in the Houston Area.


Rick Giuffre shares his experiences with Philip’s videography skills.

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