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Andrew Leon Kramer (born 6 November 1984; age 35) is a digital visual effects and motion graphics artist who designed the main titles of the alternate reality Star Trek films, Star Trek (2009) and its sequel Star Trek Into Darkness (2013), in the latter case while in the employ of Kelvin Optical, Inc. At Kelvin Optical he has also worked on the 2016 sequel Star Trek Beyond, credited as a "Digital Artist".

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Kramer has also designed the main titles for Fringe, the science fiction television series created by Star Trek producer/director J.J. Abrams and writers/executive producers Alex Kurtzman, and Roberto Orci.

Kramer runs the website Video Copilot, which provides tools for motion graphics and visual effects artists as well as tutorials. He also owns his own visual effects shop, called Final Image.[1]

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