Hard To Catch
Can you make jumping off a building look easy? Didn’t think so. Filmed in Monte Carlo, this fast paced spot for Mercedes grabs you by the lapels and never lets up. Thanks are due to Factory for all the production support as well as UK Parkour for providing the building jumping expert A.K.A Sticky.
This show opener for the home improvement giant, Lowe’s, is a shinning example of what can happen when a creative team and director are in sync. The look had to be fresh – with all original footage. Distinct locations, believable talent and complete store cooperation made this project a visual feast and communicate bundles of pride to Lowe’s management.
The precision of CNN’s news coverage is presented in this homage to the intricate devices of Rube Goldberg. Art director Tim Barrett really stepped it up, constructing all hand made original devices.
The transformers are taking over! This promo for G4TV demonstrates a seamless integration of digital effects with real life footage. Let’s see Michael Bay make effects look this good for less than 80 million. G4TV, more than meets the eye.
A bright and energetic look at home renovations for HGTV. Having top notch talent and great locations made the shoot smooth sailing.
What is Style?
What is style? Kenneth Brown’s got your answer in this clean spot for the HGTV series Redesign. Incredible art direction provided by Candi Guterres really makes this clip work.
McDonald’s premium salads makes eating right and getting in shape look better than ever. For some reason, the agency was in love with our lovely talent's backside ... hmmm? Good call, agency. Good call.
When you hear NASCAR, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? That’s right ... say it with me ... SCIENCE! At NASCAR’s new online store, researchers are putting the science back into NASCAR, where it gosh darn belongs. Some hilarious character moments and a few of NASCAR’s tiniest drivers make this spot a must see.
Everything To Me
Inspired by his own personal story of adoption, Mark Shultz’s, “Everything to Me” is a truly heart wrenching video. Mark’s emotional lyrics are strengthened by a captivating visual narrative that tells a story of its own. Though, the artist felt the final cut of the video was too raw for his fan base, the director stands behind his original creative vision.
Time lapse photography has been a lifelong passion of Marc’s and that passion clearly comes through in this clip. Inspired by the work of Ron Fricke, this series of time lapse moments, taken from around the globe, showcases the majesty of time lapse cinematography and creates a truly immersive visual experience. Some highlights include a television factory in Vietnam, Mesjid Istiqlal Mosque, Nigerian Capital and St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow.
A collection of stunning and original underwater footage, this clip shows the reason Marc Dobiecki got into the film business in the first place. Raised on a steady diet of underwater shows like Ron & Val Taylor’s Innerspace, Sea Hunt, and Jacques-Yves Cousteau, Marc had his sights set on the underwater world from childhood. Life under the sea is captured in this footage with vibrancy and clarity.