Friday, February 24, 2012

Making the WeVideo Commercial... With WeVideo

24 Hours of Production and Post Production.
This was a video we made for the new company, Glass & Marker. It's a behind the scenes look at how we roll. The concept here was to put WeVideo to the test of a stressful production environment with an impending deadline and see how well it/we could perform. Take a look.

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Glass & Marker Launch Video!!

We didn't have a whole lot of time to make the Launch Video before the Glass & Marker Launch Party. But we wanted it to reflect our attention to detail and our potential for great work. We shot and edited the whole video in a week, enduring a few sleepless nights. Infact, the macro cinematography you see in the video was done between 3 and 5 AM the morning of the Launch Party. Yup, it was one of those kind of weeks. And we wouldn't have it any other way.

Many thanks to my business partners Nick Markham and Nick Raushenbush. We're proving to be a really awesome team and I can't wait to see what's ahead. Cheers.

Monday, February 6, 2012

Priya + Veeral's Signature Film

This wedding was truly a special one. You may recognize Veeral from some of my previous work on the blog. I've known him for about a year and a half and met him by doing video work for his company, J. Hilburn. So when he asked my company, Sandbox Love, to capture his wedding... I was VERY honored. And his wife, Priya, is such a perfect match for him. Beautiful, funny, and so warm. Like I said, this was a special one for us to film.

Vitalie, Shaun and I flew out to Rochester, NY for a couple days to be a part of all the Indian wedding traditions. I had never been to that part of New York, and loved it. During some of the off time, we went exploring. I loved all the bridges crossing the river, right through Rochester. Made for a great shot looking down them. Me and Shaun had to bust out a dance.

Also, I just gotta say. I totally dig the way he proposed. Unconventional, unexpected, and super cute. There's a reason why it's called a happy meal.