Clients / Projects shown in order of appearance: Sight Sound, ESPN, Nineplus, 35 Seconds, Baron Wells, My Cabana Boy, Picaresque, Atlantic Records, Parker + Erin.
35 Seconds - Short Stories from Haiti
In the areas of Haiti affected by the January 12, 2010 earthquake, everyone has a story. 35 Seconds is an account of the devastating earthquake from nine people who lived through it and continue to live through it everyday. This thirteen-minute documentary tells the story of a mother who held on to her daughter so tightly that she tore her clothes, an uncle who returned home to find his nephew dead, a man who saw “buildings dancing” and then fall flat, and a woman who was trapped for two days with five of her friends and was the only one to make it out alive. It tells the story of a young man who lost his penis, a mother who did not put her baby down for a nap that afternoon, and a little girl trapped under her house for four days. The film is entirely in Creole with English subtitles and was shot in Port-au-Prince and Petit Goave three weeks after the first 7.0 earthquake.
Matt Hires "Heartache Machine" Official Video
Matt wrote this song after seeing "Her", the movie. Shot in an afternoon around St. Augustine, FL.
Anberlin "Dead American" Official Video
Directed: Nate Young Created: TEAM CLUB www.teamclub.us
Joshua Tree National Park is one of the greatest places on earth. Every time I drive past the gates and up into those glorious rock piles I feel as though I have arrived on another planet. Tatooine. I have spent nearly 6 months of my life camping in and roaming the Wonderland of Rocks and it never gets old. Every trip is too short. Even the 1 and half month one. Of all the time I've spent creeping around The Tree I've never really shot anything. I've always been too busy climbing and escaping I guess. I decided to document this last trip to give my friends and family a taste of what it is I do when I disappear into this magical desert playground for days and weeks on end. The main protagonist of this short documentary is Tony, who had been struggling with life and work in L.A at the time. Growing up in a small beach town on Florida's east coast, Tony was feeling suffocated by the endless cement, traffic, hustle, and overarching fraudulence of Southern California. He was ready to get out in the wilderness and wash his spirit clean. Music: "Low Man" from Alberta Cross. http://www.albertacross.net/
This is Florida. No point breaks in this champagne room. But you know what? These salty Floridian bastards can rip! Music: "Rock-A-Hula-Baby" by The King of Rock and Roll.