Clippping Oddities Backstage at JADED


It’s been a busy couple of weeks over at JADED. Jeremey DP’d for a day on Science Channel’s, Oddities SF (follow Jeremey on twitter). It was a great experience shooting formal interviews and some promo material to help wrap up Season 1 of the show. Go check out the shop called Loved to Death on Haight Street.

Then we headed down to the Drumbi headquarters in Irvine, CA to pilot a new project with our good friend Thomas Knoll and his company Clipppr. More to come on that in the months to come. It’s pretty exciting.

The next day we had a shoot at Pandora HQ (which meant a long drive back from SoCal Monday night). This time we had the pleasure of shooting New Orlean’s own Theresa Andersson performing live Backstage at Pandora. Another fun shoot with those folks. Look for the edit shortly.

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Last but not least, we put It’s a Rough Life Season 1 up on Youtube. Subscribe.

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Pandora Discovery Den @sxsw presented by IE9

Check out the videos we worked on with our friends at Pandora at SXSW 2012.

We’ve got a to give a big thanks to our friends on the Pandora side who brought us in for this project. Thanks to Dan Gahr, Fhay Arceo, and Victoria Sevilla. It was a pleasure working with them as usual. It was also great working with the rest of the production and post teams, including our friends Ben Youngerman, Peter Stoddard, and Tim Palmer.

We had a great time at SXSW, especially producing these branded documentaries at the Pandora Discovery Den. Notable occurrences, Jeremey got sick with the flu during the first day of production.  Then Abby came in strong with her DP skills on day two to pick up where he left off. She knocked out two solid shoot days like a champ. Then we camped out in Baton Rouge at Jeremey’s Mom’s house so he could rest up, and so we could edit four of the spots. Those spots included the two K. Flay videos, Capital Cities, and the Dunwells. Now we’re back on the road headed for SF.

Good times.

Pandora: the Head and the Heart at Treasure Island Music Festival 2011 “Headlining Tour”

Branded content with Pandora for a partnership between Treasure Island Music Festival 2011 and Trojan. We served as Director’s of Photography and Post-Production, including story editing. The videos were shot two camera style with either two Canon 7D’s, or a 7D and a Canon 5D. Lenses included a couple of Canon 70-200′s, a Zeiss 35mm 2.0, 50mm 2.0, a Canon “plastic fantastic”, a Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L, and a Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS. They were edited in Final Cut Pro 7.0.3 and finished with Magic Bullet Looks at JADED HQ.

This video is displayed for portfolio purposes only. Please follow this link to Pandora for more Treasure Island videos.

Pandora: the Naked and Famous at Treasure Island Music Festival 2011

Branded content with Pandora for a partnership between Treasure Island Music Festival 2011 and Trojan. We served as Director’s of Photography and Post-Production, including story editing. The videos were shot two camera style with either two Canon 7D’s, or a 7D and a Canon 5D. Lenses included a couple of Canon 70-200′s, a Zeiss 35mm 2.0, 50mm 2.0, a Canon “plastic fantastic”, a Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L, and a Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS. They were edited in Final Cut Pro 7.0.3 and finished with Magic Bullet Looks at JADED HQ.

Pandora: Cut Copy at Treasure Island Music Festival 2011 “Rewarding”

Branded content with Pandora for a partnership between Treasure Island Music Festival 2011 and Trojan. We served as Director’s of Photography and Post-Production, including story editing.

The videos were shot two camera style with either two Canon 7D’s, or a 7D and a Canon 5D. Lenses included a couple of Canon 70-200′s, a Zeiss 35mm 2.0, 50mm 2.0, a Canon “plastic fantastic”, a Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L, and a Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS.

They were edited in Final Cut Pro 7.0.3 and finished with Magic Bullet Looks at JADED HQ.

This video is displayed for portfolio purposes only. Please follow this link to Pandora for more Treasure Island videos.

Bank of America: Downtown Women’s Center Los Angeles Plum TV

Bank of America’s “Opportunity Effect” Campaign:
“Helping set opportunities in motion for our customers, communities, and the economy.”

Bank of America: White Memorial Medical Center Volunteers

Bank of America’s “Opportunity Effect” Campaign:
“Helping set opportunities in motion for our customers, communities, and the economy.”

Bank of America: Garret Gin Los Angeles

Bank of America’s “Opportunity Effect” Campaign:
“Helping set opportunities in motion for our customers, communities, and the economy.”

Bank of America: Connie Verducci QTIP

Bank of America’s “Opportunity Effect” Campaign:
“Helping set opportunities in motion for our customers, communities, and the economy.”

Bank of America: Gail Lannoy, Los Angeles “Downtown Women’s Center”

Interview with Gail Lannoy, SVP Community Development Banking for Bank Amercia

Bank of America has supported the expansion of the Downtown Women’s Center as part of its commitment to supporting organizations that empower individuals and help strengthen communities.