Our friend Jessica has a deep heart and a sharp eye. This makes her the ideal photographer—especially when it comes to family photography. With a young family of her own, she muses on her philosophy of capturing the “now” when it comes to those dearest to us.
Another take away session from last summer’s Timber Outdoor Music Festival—Rockwell Powers unleashing 16 stanzas of verse, featuring Luke Stevens’ soulful interludes. Listen to the end to hear Rockwell maintain his flow as Damien Jurado does a soundcheck in the distance—an interesting duet to our ears…
2015/06/04 / Comments Off on live music film // Tea Cozies : “Cosmic Cosmo” / Posted in: film, video, video music
Throwing back to last summer’s Timber Outdoor Music Festival when we got to sit in the riverside shade with the always awesome Tea Cozies and capture their acoustic version of Cosmic Cosmo—listen for the festival-goers floating down the river in the background…
2015/04/06 / Comments Off on music film // Vicci Martinez : “Stay Awake” / Posted in: film, video, video music
Seattle/Tacoma artist Vicci Martinez is releasing new material in collaboration with Tacoma’s Enter-Exit-Stay that has us totally hooked. We were honored to produce the first music film for this project using our personal favorite song Stay Awake.
Put us in a roller skating rink with cameras and we’re going to dive in quads first. The Moondoggies asked us to use the footage to put together a music film for their b-side Roll Away and we were happy to oblige.
2014/12/31 / Comments Off on event film // First Night Tacoma / Posted in: film, promotion, video
First Night is always one of our favorite nights in Tacoma—downtown Tacoma is alive and kicking all night with amazing music, surprises around every corner, and a palpable, carnivalesque atmosphere. Here’s a little film we put together, putting the evening into a visual nutshell.
2014/11/20 / Comments Off on music film // V. CONTRERAS : “Gasoline” / Posted in: film, video, video music
We’re pleased to share our latest music film—”Gasoline” from Seattle independent artist V. Contreras‘ eponymous debut album.
Working with time-lapse footage, projections, a unique setting (the—possibly haunted—cavernous basement of Seattle’s legendary Moore Theater) and fractured editing, we created a music film that we think captures the “crazy” simmering within the song.