Grammy nominated artist Falu takes an artistic approach to the ancient Indian tradition of the "Mehfil" an evening of courtly concerts traditionally presented in the homes or palaces of Indian royalty and nobles. We helped Falu bring this mystical sound to life in a short video to assist with press and bookings.
ELECTRONIC MUSIC COLLECTIVE
We produced this video tutorial for Electronic Music Collective featuring Emch from Subatomic Sound System and band leader for Lee "Scratch" Perry, with world famous master percussionist Larry McDonald & saxophonist Troy Simms, demonstrating their unique live performance style built on 1970s Jamaican dub.
DAN ZANES & FRIENDS
Grammy winning artist Dan Zanes has spent years entertaining and educating children and we have been lucky to be a part of his diverse group of family and friends since 2010. We have helped create a variety of ongoing content for Dan Zanes & Friends, from music videos to directing and producing his web series.
LET ALL THE CHILDREN BOOGIE
Let All The Children Boogie is an all-ages album dedicated to the music and artistry of David Bowie. The album features new interpretations of his work from a diverse group of artists benefiting the It Gets Better Project and its mission to communicate to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth around the world. We produced this video to help celebrate the album’s release.
Philip Glass performed his Music In 12 Parts live at the Park Ave Armory and we were there to capture the magic for Glass’s presenter Pomegranate Arts.
Grammy nominated Gustafer Yellowgold’s show is a funny and touching multimedia performance of music, colored pencil animations and storytelling. We produced this video to highlight the live performance and story of creator Morgan Taylor.
DUDE ‘N NEM
The Orchard, a film and TV distribution company, needed a music video for one of their clients, a Chicago hip-hop duo called Dude N Nem. We used their modest budget creatively to create a night club feel, and bring their song to life.
We filmed an exclusive interview with legendary artist Donovan when he was in Philadelphia for his Beat Cafe tour. Donovan shared with us a lost verse of his hit song Hurdy Gurdy Man that was written by George Harrison but never made it’s way into the final cut of the song.