What Women Want

Here’s a cool spot, directed  by Zane Rutledge, that I produced with Gray Haddock.  Our film group MadHatterCollective is doing some fun, edgy stuff.  The stars are Kelly Grace and Zach Thompson.  You can find more about our corporate and commercial Austin Video production at ExpressionsInVideo.com or Zane.TV.    

You Shook Me All Night Long

Okay, we didn’t actually shake anyone all night long, but we did shoot all night long. The MadHatterCollective founded by Zane Rutledge, Paul Gandersman, Gray Haddock and Jeff Stolhand shot from dusk ’til dawn on the web series (and potential TV pilot) Do-Overs. The shoot took place at the ominous Seaholm power plant in downtown Austin and featured Ben Wolfe, …

National Commercial “Let it Snow”

Re-posted from Zane TV: ZaneTV recently developed some exciting new television creative for Fired Up, Inc. and their Carino’s Italian Restaurants. We’ll be shooting and rolling out a very fun — and unique — TV campaign over the next six months (as well as helping with Carino’s viral/social experience), but we got the snowball rolling with this clever holiday idea …

Geek Love

Just produced “Geek Love” with Zane Rutledge and Gray Haddock for MadHatterCollective. The shoot was fun. The cast was awesome. The spot goes live this week.

Red Camera Wrap Up

Just wrapped a commercial spot shot on the Red.  We opted for the Red Camera because the spot required a variety of slow motion shots (all at different speeds) to be married together in post.  All in all, very happy with the results.

Glamour Spot

I recently co-produced a high-scale glamour spot for MadHatterCollective.  The spot, directed by Zane Rutledge, featured Kelly Grace, Zach Thompson and a digitally enhanced shooting star.  Kudos to a great cast and to Leslie Touchet from Cobalt Blue who did a terrific job on hair and makeup.  The shoot went smoothly, despite the city of Austin blowing a power grid …

The Little Things

Sometimes it’s the little things that make your day.  Today while tech scouting a location for a shoot tomorrow I had a pleasant surprise.  The owner of the location had re-created a replica of a ’60’s juke joint in his own backyard.  But not only that — everything in it was authentic; the bar stools, the juke box, the 45’s in …