KAYE - Cheshire Kitten
KAYE - Cheshire Kitten
Allen Tate - Don't Choke (Official Video)
Allen Tate - Don't Choke (Official Video)
KAYE - UUU
KAYE - UUU
KAYE - Honey (Official Video)
KAYE - Honey (Official Video)
Tha Los - Open Your Eyes
Tha Los - Open Your Eyes
Blue Detective Split Screen
Blue Detective Split Screen
CHARLENE KAYE FEAT. KALAE NOUVEAU - WOMAN UP (DAVE SCALIA REMIX)
CHARLENE KAYE FEAT. KALAE NOUVEAU - WOMAN UP (DAVE SCALIA REMIX)
Crooked
Crooked
Theo Katzman - Hard for You
Theo Katzman - Hard for You
KAYE - Cheshire Kitten
Allen Tate - Don't Choke (Official Video)
KAYE - UUU
KAYE - Honey (Official Video)Check out the interview here:A.V. Club: KAYE remade a classic Weezer video for her song “HONEY”https://news.avclub.com/kaye-remade-a-classic-weezer-video-for-her-song-honey-1798249182
Tha Los - Open Your EyesVery excited to share my latest music video for Carlos Valdes’s “Open Your Eyes!” You might recognize Carlos from Broadway’s Once/Jersey Boys, CW’s The Flash, and now crushing with music. But before all this, he was the bass playin’ foolio in my hallway freshman year of college. The concept is fairly direct, but I will say that this was the first time I used a stage/theater lighting designer (Dinah Miller) and the results were magnificent if I do say so myself.
Blue Detective Split ScreenA project I conceptualized and directed while working at the Blue Man Group– a shot by shot remake of the opening credits of True Detective using all found footage & Blueman elements from the companies archived video and photo vaults. Check out…Blue Detective!CLICK HERE to check out the full screen version!
CHARLENE KAYE FEAT. KALAE NOUVEAU - WOMAN UP (DAVE SCALIA REMIX)This video was a ton of fun to do! So many of my videos end up being really high concept, so it was such a blast working with one white wall and only a couple different camera angles. The thing I was most concerned about with making this video pop was the editing. I studied a ton of hip hop videos including Salt-N-Pepa’s “None of Your Business,” Jay-Z’s “On to the Next One,” and Janelle Monae’s “Tightrope (Wondamix)” to get my swag on. And woman up!
CrookedA music video I co-directed with Leapling Frontman Dan Arnes.It all started when my co-worker Dan was looking up how to 3D print a mask of his own face in the office. We both worked at Blue Man Group at the time, but Dan is also in a band called “Leapling.” As soon as he pitched the concept of creating three different versions of himself, I was all in for helping out. The first version was a mask he found on thatsmyface.com, the second, a puppet created in his image by a woman in the Czech Republic (of course), and the third would be himself. Dan had all the moving pieces in place, but because he is first and foremost a musician, I was able to help him storyboard, refine the concept, and direct on the day since he couldn’t see through that mask of his own face! This shoot was so fun to do and it was so refreshing to work on a project that didn’t involve a billion hours of post production. Editing was a breeze!
Theo Katzman - Hard for YouTheo described this song as “a common jealous reaction to a serious breakup in a fun, lighthearted way” and I couldn’t agree more.One of our friends is an actor who, at the time, had been popping up on a lot of billboards around New York City. I was listening to Theo’s song and brainstorming narratives about exes when this thought popped into my head: “How much would it suck if you had to look at your ex-boyfriend on billboards around the city every single day?” And then, “Let’s tell that story!”Theo’s last music video was set in Brooklyn, so it seemed appropriate to bring him to Manhattan for his next one and make the whole thing a big inside joke with NYC advertising. For months, I’d been taking pictures of billboards and posters on my phone. I hope New Yorkers recognize some of the ads we recreated!It was a blast laying out all the ads, and Theo was such a great sport with all of the things I had him do, from slapping on a wife beater and flexing in that Badoo ad, to recreating Manhattan Mini Storage, to only wearing a sheet for Vanity/Manity Fair!” Not only is he a great musician, he’s a comedian and actor to boot.
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