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Created entirely with infrared converted cameras, Invisible Oregon is a study of light across time and space. As the sun rises over the State of Oregon infrared light travels across the earth revealing the subtleties of new growth and the dramatic intersection of sky and earth. Witness for the first time this diverse and interconnected landscape rendered from light we can't see with our own eyes. Filmed and Produced By Sam Forencich https://www.samforencich.com/ Sound Design By Travis Forencich Executive Producer: Jeff Frost http://www.jeff-frost.com/ Advising Producer: Michelle Lanier Ever since my youthful days of “experimentation” I've often wondered about the nature of reality. Those of you that still believe in science understand the limitations of our perceptions, and it's no secret that many creatures exceed our abilities to interpret the world around us. The idea that we have to process the sensory data coming into our brains makes it seem like we are already a step removed from the real world. So what exactly are we missing? What do animals experience that we can't, and how do our human perceptions vary from person to person? While this film does nothing to answer these questions, time-lapse and infrared photography do, in a metaphorical sort of way, extend our sensory abilities so we can imagine a world beyond ours. Ultimately I think this is what draws us to these forms, not to solve the mystery, but to flirt with it's boundaries. Sam Forencich Invisible Oregon was filmed with an infrared converted Nikon D750, and a Canon 5D MarkII Conversions by: Kolari Vision: https://kolarivision.com/ Motion control rig by Dynamic Perception: https://www.dynamicperception.com/ Post production: LRTimelapse: https://lrtimelapse.com/ , Adobe Lightroom 6, Adobe CS6: After Effects, Photoshop, and Premiere Pro
2016年8月12日
Contemporary notions of underwear have been largely formed by the male gaze. Sexualised advertising imagery of women in heighted poses and impossible designs are worlds apart from the daily reality of dressing in undergarments. The film explores the unseen relationship five women have with their bodies and their undergarments. Featuring Michele Lamy (Creative Collaborator, business partner and Muse at Rick Owens), Sharmadean Reid MBE (Founder of Wah Nails), Naomi Shimada (Model and Body Activist), Charlie Craggs (Trans Activist and Founder of Nail Transphobia) and Ruqsana Begum (British Thai Boxing Champion & Designer of Sports Hijabs for Women). Choreography by Wayne McGregor MBE. Reviews i-D https://i-d.vice.com/en_gb/article/exclusive-selfridges-celebrates-everybody-in-its-newest-campaign-video Refinery29 http://www.refinery29.uk/2016/04/108688/selfridges-bodystudio-film-celebrating-female-form Shots http://www.shots.net/videos/video/90112/selfridges%253A-incredible-machines Nylon http://www.nylon.com/articles/selfridges-everybody-campaign-video Bustle http://www.bustle.com/articles/155524-selfridges-new-campaign-film-incredible-machines-is-celebrating-womanhood-video Jezebel http://jezebel.com/selfridges-rallies-for-body-positivity-and-diversity-in-1771917814 Huffington Post http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/selfridges-body-studio_uk_57175c31e4b0f22f021a709b DIRECTOR: KATHRYN FERGUSON CHOREOGRAPHY: WAYNE MCGREGOR PRODUCER: SHABANA MANSURI WRITER: PHOEBE FRANGOUL CREATIVE DIRECTION ASSISTANT : KIRSTEN WILSON 1ST AD: CORDELIA HARDY RUNNERS: KATERINA ZAHARIEVA, QUENTIN HUBERT FEATURED EXTRA: CHANELLE SADIE PAUL ART DIRECTOR: CLEMENTINE KEITH-ROACH ART ASSISTANTS: MARY CLOHISEY, WENDY KEITH-ROACH, CAROLINE BYRNE STYLIST: NICKY YATES AT ONE REPRESENTS STYLIST ASSISTANT: PAPILLION SHEARD SELFRIDGES STYLIST: JOE MILLS MAKE UP ARTIST: DANIEL SALLSTROM MUA ASSISTANT: THUY LE HAIR STYLIST: KARIN BIGLER AT JED ROOT HAIR ASSISTANT: HANNAH JOY BULL NAILS: TINU BELLO AT ONE REPRESENTS DOP: SARA DEANE FOCUS PULLER: ALICE HOBDEN 2ND AC: KAT SPENCER DIT: ASHLEY HICKS STEADICAM: MAX RIJAVEC SOUND RECORDIST: NINA RICE GAFFER: SIMON MILLS SPARK: MATT MOFFAT SPARK: STEVEN CORTIE TRAINEE SPARK: CHRIS BROOMFIELD EDITOR: CARLY BAKER COLOURIST: DAN MORAN AT COFFEE&TV MUSIC AND SOUND DESIGN: PETER DUFFY AT CLM STORYBOARD ARTIST: DUNCAN MCGONIGLE GRAPHICS: LILY DUNLOP SPECIAL THANKS: ANNA CLEAVER, SARAH MCCULLOUGH, BECKI DYER, HAYLEY DONOVAN, GEORGE WALKER, LORRAINE SMITH, KAYLEIGH DYKE, THE TOWNHALL HOTEL, MARTINA PACIARELLA, OLIVIA MCEWAN and KINGSWAY MUSIC.
2016年4月5日
In 1562, Flemish artist Pieter Bruegel the Elder completed a painting called "The Triumph Of Death". In this panoramic landscape the sky is blotted out by black smoke; ships and dead fish litter the ocean shore; and an army of skeletons experiment with myriad death techniques. The living are badly outnumbered and the variety of fated tortures seems endless. There is little room for whimsy in this tableaux. Over 200 years earlier, a nasty plague, commonly known as "The Black Death", left a cruel and massive mark on European civilization, wiping out half of Europe’s total population. This was a quiet pervasion of death - an invisible pathogen carried by herds of tired rats. This plague triggered a series of social and economic upheavals with profound effects on the history of medieval Europe, guiding its survivors into the sort of self-inflicted darkness pictured by the Elder Bruegel. Looking back at this historical trajectory, Peter Burr, Mark Fingerhut, and Forma have created a spiraling interdimensional narrative aptly titled DESCENT - a meditation on one of humanity’s blackest hours. Taking the form of a desktop application, descent.exe gives the user a brief glimpse of a world descending into darkness - an unrelenting plague indifferent to the struggles of the user. There is a silver lining, however, tucked into the software’s final sweep. An equanimous watcher, reduced to a single eye, looks on as the plague of rats that has infested your desktop destroys itself. This video is a recording of descent.exe running alongside Fingerhut's deepdesktop.exe. Download descent.exe here: (pc only) http://markfingerhut.com/descent-setup.exe
2月10日
Behind the Scenes: www.vimeo.com/205217816 Teaser: www.vimeo.com/205127347 Directing Non-Actors: https://blog.musicbed.com/articles/directing-non-actors Directing for VFX: https://blog.filmsupply.com/articles/directing-for-special-effects-on-the-cage License the footage from Filmsupply: flmsp.ly/thcgftg Written & Directed by: Ricky Staub Executive Producer: Dan Walser Produced by: Jon Applebaum & David Raynor Director of Photography: Minka Farthing Kohl Production Designer: Tim Stevens Associate Producers: Staci Hagenbaugh, Andrew Joffe, Marisa Taylor, Andrew Williams Original Score: Kevin Matley - www.KevinMatley.com Editor: Ricky Staub Visual Effects Supervisor: Jeremy Fernsler On-Line Conform: Steve Perrong Sound Design: 1-Louder (Dublin) - www.1-Louder.com Designers: Jonathan Ware Buster Cottam Color: Company3 Colorist: Jaime O’Bradovich Producer: Tom Gehring Zeke Casting: House Casting NY / Mary Callahan CAST Zeke: William Lee Zeke’s Mom: Iesha Edwards Zeke’s Father: Michael “OG Law” Tabon Zeke’s Friends: Eric Drummond, Hakim Fairia, Hasheem Lester Miss Margaret: Ms. Margaret Wells Coach: Edwin Gonzalez Man Giving Testimony: Blake Newton Pastor: Mel Wells Mom at Arrest: Faith Jackson Man in Bedroom: Steven Lee Crew Leader: James “Heat” Sloane Jr. Crew: Rafiq Archie, Justin David, Michael Jackson, Khalil Opher, Rojelio Ramos Man in Wheelchair: Barry Sweeney Zeke’s Sister: Jayan Bishop Cops: Kirke Gardner, Sean McCabe, Kelly Lynn Assistant Coaches: Andre Wright, Steve Barnett, Al Pratt CREW Rigging Supervisor: Tricia McMiniment Script Consultant: Nako Adodoadji 1st Assistant Camera: Gino Varisano, Andy Hensler, Luke Rihl 2nd Assistant Camera: Ryan Baldwin, Darby Irrgang Steadicam Operator: Martin Whittier DIT: Steve Perrong Still Photographer: Scott Toepfer Camera Production Assistant: Rich Bates Sound Mixer: Sean Hoffman Gaffer: Andrew Joffe Best Boy Electric: Zac Kind Rigging Gaffer: Shane Moore Rigging Electrics Will Dejessa, Paul Hinson, Austin Locicero Swing: Zach Van Heel Key Grip: Kevin Gallagher Grip: Mike Fares Key Rigging Grip: Jozef Jozefowski Rigging Grips: Pedro Cunillera, Bill Kirner Swing: Conor O’Mara Location Manager: Staci Haggenbaugh Location Support: Andre Wright, George Winn Stylist: Michele Wilderman Production Accountant: Rachel Courtney Producers Assistant: Anna Pruett Set Decorator: Kate Gaffigan Set Dressers: Katie McGregor, Michael Mizrahi, Bill Willets Greens: Jenn Sanchez Greens Assistant: Chris Raab Art Support: Nic Justice, Pen, Alessandra Nicole, Marquis Sims, Lynnae Stine, Jamie Stratton, Tara Wilkinson Key Production Assistant: Zach Rose Set Production Assistants: Kristopher Chain-Harris, Justin Remer Hoffman, Ryan Unger Set Support: Anastasia Anderson, Matt Canon, Llewellyn Dryfoos, Sasha Klugar, Quynh Le, Karl Leisch, Morgan Perry, Katie Salamon, Levi Sherman, Patrick Smith, Tiyana Smith, Austin Smock, Heather Treston, Noorman Wicaksono, Eurica Yu On-Set VFX Assist: Chris Cerrone, Ian Hartman, Tighe Rzankowskia William Lee Acting Coach: Nako Adodoadji Voice Over Written by: Ricky Staub & Micah Bournes Catering & Craft Service: Taste the Difference Chef: Terri Davis Cooks: Cheryl Fleet-Hopkins, Sue Fields, Martha Taveras Head Security: James A. Sloane Sr. Security Supervisors: Denise Sloane, James A. Sloane, Jr. Security Guards: Jeffrey Barnes, Mark Bassknight, Arjene Carter, Eric Jones, Eric Smith Digital Effects Artist: Jeremy Fernsler, Chris Cerrone, Ian Hartman, Tighe Rzankowski Audio Mix: 1-Louder / LAB-3 Foley: 1-Louder Vocals: Chelsey Matley Cello: Eli Weinberger Violin: Brian Eichelberger Behind the Scenes: Vita Brevis Films Director: Skylar Nielson 1st Camera: Lance Clayton 2nd Camera: Josh Fletcher Splinter Unit BTS: Frank Apollonio SONG CREDITS “I’m Aktive” Lyrics by Heater Goongang Beats by Sonofike (drizygitbizy” Performed by Heater Goongang “Scary Sight” Lyrics by Heater Goongang Beats by Sonofike (drizygitbizy” Performed by Heater Goongang
2月22日
Max Cooper Symmetry is one of the most fundamental principles of nature, and also forms the basis of music. So this music video is an important early chapter in the Emergence audio-visual project, which starts with visualisations of the basic building blocks of nature, setting the stage for the physical universe to come into being, and later planets, life, civilisation, and technology (the whole story and project is explained at: http://emergence.maxcooper.net). Symmetry is the idea that one aspect of a system can change while another remains constant. The idea of natural laws themselves, rely on the forms of symmetry that mean the same forces will apply to you as they do to me, independently of our position in space or time. And scientists searches for natures symmetries lie at the heart of much of our best models of reality (see Noether's Theorem or more recent uses of symmetries in things like the 'amplituhedron'!). The principle is also responsible for music, in that our enjoyment of tonality, melody, harmony and rhythm comes from our subconscious appreciation of different types of patterns (i.e. symmetries) in sound waves. The idea of Symmetry was explored in the video by Kevin McGloughlin, using simple symmetrical forms (primarily the circle), and symmetrical operations applied to them - rotations, translations and reflections. The animation demonstrates the beauty of this simple concept when applied in an iterative journey towards ever increasing complexity, both visually and musically. The audio track originally came from preparations for a live piano and electronics show with Tom Hodge. I had some chords and glitches we were playing with in combination with a simple piano motif. We decided to try some live Fender Rhodes with it during practice and it all came to life. Luckily we recorded the whole session so I had a load of stock content to play with when it came to turning the project into the album intro. My reasoning was that the intro should be about symmetry because of it's basic role in nature, and the development and form of the track, going so glitchy from a simple melodic motif starting point, should work with applications of ever more complex symmetrical manipulation - emergence from symmetry, just as Kevin delivered. Amazingly, Kevin didn't use automated sync points from the stems of the audio project - or to put it another way, Kevin painstakingly set up all of those edits by hand, hats off to him for his perseverance on that! Thanks for having a read, watch and a listen! - max ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- When I first heard Symmetry I was blown away by its impact and it really struck a chord with me... On hearing the concept for the track, this feeling was empowered tenfold. After much discussion with Max, we arrived at a conclusive concept for the visual. I represented conservation laws by the use of a simple circle repetition. This circle form took on many new characteristics and evolved in complexity throughout the course of it's journey, though every new form is an evolution / adaptation of the initial circle. I used a variety of techniques in an attempt to convey the idea of this ever evolving complexity within symmetry. Starting with minimal moire patterns, moving into 3d depth and finally ending up with massive distortions and adaptations using a technique I developed 'Digi-Cut', displaying various moments in time offset by tiny fractions. This was an effort to demonstrate pre-universe ideas and the introduction of organic matter in relation to symmetry. It was an absolute honour to work on this project with Max, in particular on 'Symmetry', which is my personal favourite piece on Emergence. Kevin McGloughlin Follow Max Cooper http://www.maxcooper.net https://www.facebook.com/maxcoopermax https://twitter.com/maxcoopermax https://soundcloud.com/max-cooper
2月19日
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