Our music video for Gig Harbor pop-punk sensation Alex Hager's debut single embraces our love of all things pop-culture, from bad 90's sitcoms and Sesame Street to boy band cliches. "Drive Me Crazy" received over 100k views in the first 24 hours of the videos release, along with glowing write ups from Atwood Magazine and several other music blogs.
In our fourth collaboration with Iowa hiphop phenom Kemyst we decided to focus on his live performance, address his growing celebrity and include some of the other local artists in the scene. The concert clips and crowd interactions in the video were completely spontaneous and genuine - with many of them unaware they were being filmed. Their excitement and enjoyment speak volumes to Kemyst's craft as a live performer.
A music video we created in our third collaboration with Des Moines, Iowa hip hop artist Kemyst for his forthcoming debut album "The Experiment". Shot on location in and around Des Moines, IA - the video is a love letter to the sights, sounds and people of the midwest.
We decided early on in this project to stay away from the traditional hip hop video stereotypes - flashy cars, money waving machismo and half naked women. Instead, we wanted to explore a more substantive type of imagery - something that was more relatable, relevant and engaging to our target audience. What we came up with was a portrait of perseverance that is as powerful as it is tragic- from the perspective of the artist as a struggling musician and father, to his fans who must each reconcile tragedy and abuse in their own lives. "They Come Back" was featured on the soundtrack of the hit videogame NBA 2k12.
Our concept here was to compliment the bands dark industrial synth sound with an equally disturbing narrative - a serial killer that collects dolls made in the likenesses of his victims.
Art imitates life in this feel good video we created for two of Des Moines, Iowa's hottest unsigned talents - underground hip hop artist Kemyst and R&B vocalist Cory "CP" Perez. Head in the Clouds is our second collaboration with Kemyst following 2013's "Keep It In Your Mouth". The video was shot over two days in Seattle, WA. Many thanks to all those who helped make it happen!
Des Moines, Iowa's answer to Slim Shady has arrived in the form of Kemyst, an outspoken wordsmith whose edgy style and undeniable stage presence are showcased in this official music video for the first single off of his forthcoming debut album "Clinical Trial". Our concept pushes the artists chemistry theme a step further by incorporating concepts from the classic tale of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
Our 80's inspired music video for Seattle Synth Pop outfit V=X, shot on location in Los Angeles, CA!
This was our first international project for a European agency and record label. As a remix of David Bowie's classic pop hit we wanted to be sure we did justice to all of the parties involved while creating something fresh, hip and entertaining. With a delivery deadline of two weeks from the greenlight, we cast an amazing team of dancers and choreographers, constructed a subway set, organized a fashion show with top local designers, secured an entire office floor in the Columbia Tower - Seattle's tallest building - and shot, edited and delivered on time. The video hit #1 on MTV's Galaxy Chart and Dancefloor Chart for several weeks running.
This epic music video was created for one of Poland's most popular bands and the winner of MTV's 2010 Best European Act Award. Set in Warsaw during the 1960's, the video pokes fun at traditional Polish music and the Communist era, while presenting Afromental as a band that rebels against it's own commercial success (the song they sing as " The Red Mustacheers" is actually a reworked version of their first pop single that propelled them to fame, "Pray 4 Love"). The video currently has over 4.5 million hits on youtube.
Starvation is the titular song from the debut album by Seattle based metal band Blood of Kings.
Our music video reel wouldn't be complete without a classic, gritty, punk-rock-party video. Shot on 35mm film cameras with expired film stock to give it a pacific northwest grunge vibe, we're pretty sure the band and their fans had a great time on this shoot. WARNING: Many pieces of furniture were harmed during the making of this video.
We were commissioned by Malamute Records to create a promo for their then-emerging young artist Star Anna's first single. Inspired by the Ellensburg native's soulful lyrics and picturesque hometown, we spent several days shooting on location with the band, capturing fragments of their lives and neighborhoods. The video eventually garnered national attention when it began playing in rotation on CMT's Pure Country channel. Several years and many albums later, as Star and her band frequently play large arenas on national tours with the likes of Pearl Jam, we like to look back on this video and remember how we helped contribute to the bands modest beginnings.
Our first video for Malamute Records, Miss Misery was a project that we designed to help showcase Beth Whitney's unique style and voice.