Just wrapped another music video for Eric Zayne. For this last scene, we had to hike 40 minutes up to the top of a mountain (and some of us had more gear to carry than others) but it was totally worth it!
Some stils from an upcoming music video. DP Ben Winchell did a great job, especially considering how little time he had to light, and considering that the very first shot of the day was a winding 360 degree steadicam shot around the entire bar. He’s always nice to my face, but I think deep down he probably hates my guts.
MUSIC VIDEO: “Starships” by Pentatonix (original by Nicki Menaj)
So stoked I got to work with these guys. Such an honor. Been a fan of theirs since episode 2 of The Sing-Off, and now I’ve seen what they look like after shooting for 18 hours. We’ve come so far!
DP: Eric Clark, PD: Morgan Hall, Choreographer: Kristin Denehy, Ward: Tricia Chinnici, Graphic Design: Paul Bianchi, Gaffer: Ace Underhill, Key Grip: Eric Bader, 1st AC: Matt Ryan, DIT: Courtney Marcilliat, Makeup/Hair: Bianca Appice, Anissa Salazar, BG Handlers/Prod Assist: Andrew Adams, Matt Sklar, VFX: Dastoli Digital, Colorist: Ben Verhulst, Video Commissioner: Steven Gottlieb
I had to update it eventually, so here it is. Thanks to everyone who worked on these projects with me! And for those of you who didn’t, I hope you are filled with regret and/or envy until the day you die. Or at least for a little while. And if not filled, maybe you could harbor just a tinge of regret/envy. Maybe? Please. Seriously. Be sad.
Music Video: “Can’t Stand the Rain” by The Rescues
Based on a concept by Lili Fuller and Joe Sofranko, they really made this whole thing happen. Thanks so much to everyone who helped out on this shoot, and made this so much fun for all of us to work on. Especially thanks to all the dancers who donated their time for us!
DP/VFX/Colorist: Aaron Moorhead, and Brian Barrow (pick-ups), Producers: Lili Fuller, Joe Sofranko, PD: Samantha Englendar, Choreographer: Lili Fuller
Starring: Lili Fuller (rag doll), Joe Sofranko (sad clown), Juliana Tyson (ballerina) and Matthew Krumpe (master of ceremonies)