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New Era CFL

 

We headed to the New Era Headquarters in Buffalo, NY for a project with the Canadian Football League. A player was chosen from each of the 8 teams in

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Puma Soccer Sweden

 

Made the trek to Sweden for the first time to shoot a promo for PUMA's TCC program. After landing in Stockholm, we caught a short flight to Umea where

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Silent scenes of Brian DePalma

 

DePalma gets busy with the dialogue free sequences and let's the music do the talking. "Dressed to Kill" "Body Double"

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Hearts on Fire

 

I directed 4 spots for Hearts on Fire diamonds Fall'12 campaign featuring Tara Subkoff(designer Imitation of Christ) and Janie Bryant (costume designer Mad Men). "Being Original" "Add Sparkle" "Attention

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Spinematic

 

A few films that capture the art of DJing. La Haine - directed by Mathieu Kassovitz Meticulously crafted scene that ends with a riveting crane shot.   Juice -

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The Last Angel of History

 

"The Last Angel of History" is 1995 experimental documentary directed by John Akomfrah, steeped in the connections between science and black culture. The film plays with time, space, and

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Color Me Radd

 

A few favorites that kill it with the use of color in art direction and lighting. "Contempt" by Jean-Luc Godard     "The Conformist" by Bernardo Bertolucci "The Cook,

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Viewpoints Mobile App Commercial

 

"Viewpoints" is a photography app based off the artwork of David Datuna. His use of eyeglasses allow different perspectives of the same image giving him a signature style. We

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Spot The Reference: “The Friends of Eddie Coyle” vs “The Town”

 

"The Friends of Eddie Coyle" is one of those petty crime movies that only the 70's could produce. During the opening scene of "The Town" they give a nice

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Film Art of Issac Julien

 

Issac Julien works that nerve between art and filmmaking. Many of his films require multi-screen installations for viewing, while his documentary "Baadasss Cinema" explored the 70's blaxploitation genre. Julien's

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New Era x Champs Times Square

 

We hit the streets and produced a lifestyle piece for New Era and Champs based around the Times Square location. Featuring a varied array of native New Yorkers mixed

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Harmony Korine on Letterman

 

Back in the 90's Harmony Korine made three appearances on "The Late Show with David Letterman" and each one is more bizarre than the next. Hopefully there will be

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Viviane Sassen “Parasomnia”

 

I caught some photos by Viviane Sassen in an exhibition at the MoMA earlier this year and it left quite an impression. Her photography is tinged with the same

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Weegee

 

Arthur Felig immigrated to New York City and adopted the name Weegee when he began photographing the Lower East Side. Working mostly at night, his specialty was crime scenes

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Spot the Reference: “Night of the Hunter” vs. “Do The Right Thing”

 

"Night of the Hunter" is a noir classic that features Robert Mitchum in a legendary role as a crooked preacher. Although actor Charles Laughton only directed this one film,

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Italy: The New Domestic Landscape

 

Starting in the mid-sixties something strange was brewing over in the architecture/design community in Italy. A group of young architects and designers were putting just as much focus on

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Sound Off

 

Although we left the golden age of silent film over 75 years ago, some movies are still better (or at least just as good) with the audio on mute.

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Rocksmith Spring 2012 Lookbook

 

We traveled down to "The Big Easy" to shoot a video lookbook for NYC based clothing brand Rocksmith. Local skate boutique Mad Soulz provided the models, while we handled

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