Clever, nice-looking things for screens of all sizes

Kelli Miller and Kendra Eash are a director/writer team and the co-founders of And/Or, focused on motion design, animation, branding and original content. Recent projects they have told their Moms about include Gender Bent, a series of animated videos written and directed by And/Or for MTV’s Look Different Campaign and Boss Lady, an absurd 50’s housewife-themed music video for the band Deidre and the Dark. 

Kelli has worked in motion design and branding for over 15 years with clients like HBO, Sundance TV, Nickelodeon, BBC, and MTV. Her work and art has been featured on Comm Arts, Stash Media, It’s Nice That, and Dazed Digital. In 2015, she designed and directed the show open for Last Week Tonight with John Oliver on HBO. In 2016, she designed film titles for Elizabeth Subrin’s A Woman, A Part, Kelly Reichardt’s Certain Women, and the Death By Audio documentary Goodnight Brooklyn, among other films.

Kendra has worked as a copywriter and creative director for over 10 years. Her humor pieces have been published by The New Yorker, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, The Rumpus, The Hairpin, and The Toast. In 2014, her satirical script for "This Is a Generic Brand Video" was made into a video by the stock company Dissolve to wide acclaim across the Internet, including praise from Gawker, Creative Review, Buzzfeed, NPR,  and Jerry Saltz's Twitter Feed. In 2016, Dissolve commissioned her to write a follow-up piece, “This Is a Generic Presidential Campaign Ad,” which even Republicans thought was funny.

Kelli and Kendra live in Brooklyn with their cats, Condo and Stereo. They jointly love art ‘zines, La Croix, John Waters, and Carrie Brownstein.