The team banged out three full days of shooting for Ubisoft/Thrustmaster. Here’s a quick recap. click on pic for video
got put on board with the good brothers over at PacDiv to produce content leading up to the release of BeYoung’s (PacDiv) solo mixtape release DAILY BREAD: MY BROTHER’S KEEPER.
We had a great first meeting, ideas and good vibes were flowing. Shot a day in the studio, an early morning in KoreaTown and an afternoon in Pacoima and came out with 2 music videos and plenty of behind-the-scenes material.
This trailer is the first of several more videos to come: click below for link.
it was a joy and an honor to be in the kitchen with Chef Antonio Luna and Cindy. i enjoy craftsmanship, whether you’re chopping scallions or lumber, i love seeing masters of their craft at work. i missed the first half of the world cup final, but I was fine with it. click on the pic below for link to the quick video
a beautiful summer get-down in K-town. beautiful people, great drinks, dope djs, make my work a lot easier to do. click below for the recap vid.
was fortunate enough to work with the good folks over at SMUG/KARMA. i was brought on board to edit the piece. click on the pic below to check it out.
I’ve never done one of these before. All that was floating around in my head was the idea of MARRIAGE AS AN UPHILL BATTLE. Thank you to Yvette and Jason for letting me run with that idea.
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I’ve shot Q-bert on stage before. It’s always a treat. Human hands were not designed to do what his do.
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So, here it is. Had an opportunity to hash out a game plan and concept for this song, MY BEAUTIFUL DEVIL by C-FLOS. I have to thank the artist for being on board and supporting my vision for this video.
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Excited to have the opportunity to direct, shoot & edit this music video. Shot in and around the San Gabriel Valley over 4 days. Video should be ready to go by late November.
I cut this series with footage from this years’ HONDA BATTLE OF THE BANDS. Shot with 7 cameras and about 4 days of shooting, I spent many a long days watching and re-watching footage to piece each story together.
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