About Us

 

Our technical and creative professionals come to work every day with one goal in mind – to create credible and compelling visuals that help our clients win tough cases. This goal resulted from recognizing that the facts don’t speak for themselves and the written and spoken word is powerful but can’t always close a negotiation or win a favorable jury verdict. We celebrate when our visuals influence mediation attendees, persuade a judge, or help jurors better understand the stories and evidence. We strive to be known as the go-to creative firm with the talent and technology to transform complex scientific principles into highly engaging visuals.

Our team has spent more than a decade preparing images, animations, and reenactment videos for civil and criminal litigation cases. Cases involve vehicle accidents, eminent domain issues, and workplace injuries. Our admissibility record is impeccable thanks to our engineering and creative staff that can marry science-based technology with photo-realistic visuals. We routinely work with attorneys and testifying experts, so we know how to speak your language. We have worked tirelessly to perfect a process that combines the knowledge of our legal, scientific, and creative staff to deliver our high-quality product.

We are located in Charlotte, North Carolina but have worked across the United States, including onsite production work in Alaska. We use the latest webcasts and cloud services to ensure that collaboration and project delivery are seamless. We will travel anywhere you need us to be, including onsite for production work or in a courtroom to testify at trial.

A Division of  

Our People

Jason Young

  • Creative Director
  • BS, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA - CHARLOTTE)

“Any single digital media technique can be limiting…I enjoy blending them.”


Bree Jones

  • Creative Services Project Manager
  • BA, MASS COMMUNICATION (WINTHROP UNIVERSITY)

“I love the idea of marrying science and technology to creativity when offering a client deeper insight into their case.”


Abdul Khalil

  • Senior Forensic Animator
  • BA, ANIMATION (MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY); BFA, VISUAL EFFECTS (SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN)

“I am excited to bring my talents to REDLINE.”


Nikit Shetti

  • Senior Forensic Animator
  • BFA, ANIMATION (SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN)

“One of the best aspects of working at REDLINE is the opportunity to work with various design programs to create awesome animations.”


Chris Rohlfing

  • Senior Forensic Animator
  • AAS, SIMULATION AND GAMING DEVELOPMENT (CENTRAL PIEDMONT COMMUNITY COLLEGE); BS, COMPUTER ANIMATION (FULL SAIL)

“I thoroughly enjoy the creative process involved in forensic animation.”


Aaron Pearce

  • Forensic Animator
  • BFA, ILLUSTRATION; ART HISTORY (UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA – CHARLOTTE)

“My work at REDLINE allows me to express my passion for illustration, but also learn new things from a very talented group of people.”


Cody Badaczewski

  • Forensic Animator
  • BFA, MEDIA ARTS AND ANIMATION (ART INSTITUTE OF CHARLOTTE)

“A single idea from the human mind can build cities. An idea can transform the world and rewrite all the rules.” – Cobb, “Inception”


Felipe Muraco

  • Forensic Animator
  • BFA, MEDIA ARTS AND ANIMATION (ART INSTITUTE OF CHARLOTTE)

“I got 99 problems but an animation ain’t one.”


David McNamara

  • IT Systems Engineer
  • BS, CIVIL ENGINEERING (GEORGIA TECH UNIVERSITY)

“Technology is like a fish. The longer it stays on the shelf, the less desirable it becomes.” – Andrew Heller


Because the facts can’t speak for themselves.

We’re here to help.