For the third year in a row, TeamJaded and crew joined Pandora at SXSW. As expected, it was a whirlwind. We had a blast capturing live performances at Pandora’s live stage, the Discovery Den, as well as by the pool at the Pandora House.
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Hanni El Katib performing at the Pandora Discover Den SXSW 2013. Produced by Pandora in association with Discovery Den coverage. We shot and edited this piece. The final, super wide shot at the end was achieved by Jeremey sprinting from in front of the stage, through the crowd, up the street, and up four levels in a parking garage with 5D Mark III mounted on a redrock follow focus rig.
We are on the road to Colorado by way of Salt Lake City for 4th of July. In fact, we are in SLC right now shooting a video for a new project of ours. Sorry we can’t get more specific than that right now. In the meantime, check out these two projects we just worked on for Pandora. Above is a series of spots we edited of Alabama’s own Yelawolf, playing Jeep/ Pandora Presents Atlanta. Below is an interview with New Orlean’s Theresa Andersson. We mentioned it a week or so ago. Now it’s up!
In other recent JADED news, Jeremey has been working more as a Producer/ Shooter on Discovery Health’s Addicted. We color-corrected a documentary for PBS called RARE. We’ve also done jobs with our friends at Portal A and Panhandle Productions in the last couple of weeks… and it seems like a blur, but Jeremey was in Portland on Thursday and Friday with our friend Dan (and Ben) shooting an interview with Nickelback for the Pandora Legends and Icons series. Turns out they are super nice, and that’s all we’ve got to say about that.
Highlights included interviewing the Naked and Famous on their tour bus, and then catching their amazing show from the photo pit right at the stage.
Later on Saturday, we shot an interview with Australia’s Cut Copy in their tent backstage. Then it was back to the photo pit to get some coverage of their show. They killed it with their dancey, pop, light show.
On Sunday we caught up with the Head and the Heart in the Mission District, where we shot an interview with them at the very cool boutique Veracocha. We caught their show at sunset on the island. Watching them rip it up as the sun went down at their backs was the perfect closer for the weekend.
All in all, we had a blast… an exhausting blast, but a blast. Did we mention that Jeremey watched Explosions in the Sky from the Ferris wheel, while getting a closing night shot? Well he did. It was awesome. They were actually on the original interview list, but it didn’t work out.
Thanks to our friends at Pandora for including us. Also thanks to Lauretta Molitor and Ben Youngerman for stepping up to help with the coverage. Good times. Enjoy these screens. There will be footage from the weekend up on Pandora soon.