LEAP Frame is a design-inspired film & motion studio. We don’t just push buttons, say the term "4K" and fly drones. We think about brands — how they talk, what they look like and how they are perceived in the world.

We’re not afraid to blow things up, but we realize silence can be golden. We think before we speak (most of the time) and we choose wisely. When others make noise, we make music.

Seeing is believing, so we close our eyes and dream big. We believe in good design, thoughtful words and calculated movements. You may have limitations, but we won’t let them hold you back because we’ve seen that ideas with heart take clients with guts.

Kyle Eli Ebersole

Dec 20, 2016, 12:23 PM

Kyle is an ambitious dabbler. He’s designed for Kroger and Procter & Gamble, and was the right-hand man for Neltner Small Batch, a beloved designer in the tristate area. He’s won several awards, including three ADDYs and two National Merit Awards.

Kyle sits between animation and film, both literally and figuratively. His design knowledge is the bridge between Ryan’s animation and editing expertise, and Brandon’s mastery of film and direction. Kyle brings design-thinking to production-house-style work flow, and it suits him perfectly.

When Kyle isn’t at work, he’s still probably working. But lest you think he is all work and no play, know that he is also a connoisseur of tiki drinks, and has about 100 homemade waffles in his freezer right now.

What you’ll appreciate about him: He’ll give you that creative nudge. You might be a little outside your comfort zone, but you’ll be standing there with a great idea.
Ask him about: His time as a high-volume waffle chef.


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