The movement, the people and the places experienced on a 15-day trip through Vietnam which took place in November 2015.
Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera
Nikon 50mm f/1.2
Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8
Canon 70-200 f/2.8L IS
Thrupence – This House is Full of Water
Maya Erickson’s Black Sesame Dessert
Film by Director Jennifer Davick and Executive Producer Amy Yvonne Yu
DP Devin Whetstone | Story by Writer Tanner Latham | Post-Production by Mission Film & Design
Stylized, Sexy, Provocative and Decadent. Everything You Would Expect from a Grandmother’s Recipe.
At 13 years old, Maya Erickson was working in a professional kitchen, tasked primarily with filling cookies and wrapping tuiles. She shrugs this detail off now, as if it’s simply a throwaway line unworthy of her bio. As if most newly-turned teenagers must surely have been like her—resisting the temptation to toggle among their screens and choosing, instead, a highly disciplined path.
It is with this kind of casual, unassuming tone that this wunderkind (now she’s in her mid-20s), pastry chef describes her Black Sesame Ice Cream with Black Sesame Pudding, a dessert rooted in her former chef’s grandmother’s poppy seed pudding recipe yet presented with a stylized, sexy and provocative manner that’s as arresting and mood-evoking visually as it is to the palate.
Maya created this dessert while working as the pastry chef at Lazy Bear, a San Francisco restaurant that grew from the cult-like following of an underground supper club and whose own chef/owner David Barzelay recently received the nod as a 2016 Food and Wine Best New Chef.
To complement the ice cream and pudding, Maya’s Black Sesame dessert features cassis jam, cassis pate de fruit, dehydrated devil’s food cake, forbidden rice pudding and a light dusting of charcoal. This creation—with its colors and flavors and textures—makes you question what you think you know about food. This is the epitome of Maya’s gift to anyone lucky enough to receive it—a delicately plated, understated, experiential dessert that decadently performs.
At Smog.tv Recently I touched me to participate in a short animation of africa for world economic forum. My job consisted mainly 3D animation, character animation and 2D animation (AE)
Ilustration: Felipe Vargas
Character animation: Berni bruner, Francisco Castro, Spiro Bursner, Felipe Ordoñes
AE Animation: Felipe Vargas, Francisco Castro,Patricio Molina.
3d animation: Francisco Castro
behind the scenes
A surf film I directed for Reef a few years back. Just realized I did have the master online, so decided I would post. Such an amazing collaboration with Mark Tesi, the Creative Director that I Directed this alongside. Shot on location in Tahiti, South Africa, Australia, Indonesia, and Bali, the film was inspired by me sitting digging way too deep into Jaques Cousteau documentaries from the 60’s… hence the creative direction and sound sampling.
Directed by: Russell Brownley and Mark Tesi
Cinematography by: Russell Brownley, Chris Bryan, Paul Daniels, Bali Strickland, Nic Mclean
Produced by: Shea Perkins
Edited by: Russell Brownley and Noah Carlson
Color by: Matt Fezz
Music: Grimes, Ty Segal, Big Data, Carryok
A tilt-shift film shot in Brooklyn by Joerg Daiber. Locations: Brooklyn Downtown, Dumbo, Brooklyn Park, Brooklyn Public Library, Grand Army Plaza and Coney Island in New York, USA.
You can license raw footage clips from the Little Big World series here: http://www.gettyimages.de/Search/Sear…
Shot during the Vimeo Awards in June 2012.
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Shot with Lumix GH2, Gorillapod, 14-140mm and 7-14mm Lumix Lenses. Edited with Final Cut Pro. Postproduction with After Effects.
Music: Ponchielli – Dance of the Hours
Creative Director: Patrik Johäll
Project Manager: Anna Johäll
AD: Simon Sjödin
Director: Daniel Mattiasson
DOP: Andreas Nilsson
Camera incl Aerials: Andreas Nilsson, Markus Wetterberg
Aerials: Aircam. Operator: Daniel Casselby
Edit / Grade : Andreas Nilsson
Post: Norbert Nagel, Robert Melander, Andreas Nilsson
Assistants: Pontus Ahlqvist, Amelia Bordahl, Robert Elmengård
Logo animation for Art UK, the largest and most comprehensive digital collection of Britain’s publicly owned art.
Animation by Samuel Bloch and Hamlet Auyeung.
Read more here: pentagram.com/#/blog/129361
Jeremy Relph is best known for reporting on conflicts across the globe for The New Yorker. For his latest project, the Canadian journalist teamed up with Kingston-based director Nile Saulter to explore a more spirited subject—the connection between church and dancehall culture in Jamaica.
Archipelago: any large body of water with many islands.
Traveled to the north of Sweden.
Spent around 10 days in Arjeplog where there is huge lakes and endless of fish.
It´s all about relaxing.
Shot with A7S and Iscorama Pre 36 & Helios 44-2
Cheap Dipoters: +1 +2 +4
Shot & Edited by: Andreas Nilsson
Hommage à tous les Niçois. Parce que Nice est et restera toujours Nissa la Bella.
Tribute to all the people of Nice. Because Nice is and will remain Nissa la Bella.
// Gears : 5DIII / 35mm 1.4 / 50mm 1.4 / 100mm 2.8
// Music : Kitty Hawk by Doug Kaufman (atomikmusic.com/)
The Czech Republic’s second city was central to European design before falling into a troubled 20th-century sleep. Revival came thanks to research investment but its future may lie in its design heritage.
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I was commissioned to make a film and shoot a set of images by ESPN for Wilson, to show the manufacturing process of their tennis balls for the US Open. We flew to the factory, shot the film and stills in one day then flew home. Its an amazingly complex manufacture, requiring 24 different processes to make the final ball. It was hot, loud and the people who worked there, worked fast. So much beauty in each stage. I love the mechanics of how things are made, it fills me with great pleasure. I hope you enjoy the film.
The day I first set foot on Mount Seymour, I knew it would have a lasting profound impact on me. Located on Vancouver’s North Shore, the mountain looks down over the vibrant and pulsing city to the South, while the Coast Mountains stretch endlessly to the North. For 3 years, I returned on and off to seek inspiration, and to shoot as much timelapse as possible. Every time, I found a new and unique display of magic. I never tire of seeing the lights, the colours, the sunrise, the sunset, and just sitting back at peace above the world. This is the culmination of years of practice, countless pounds of equipment carried, many sleepless nights, and 100s of hours of editing. Enjoy!
Music: Makes the Wind (feat. REMMI & Yung Youth) by Super Duper – licensed via The Music Bed (musicbed.com)
Nikon D7000, Nikon 18-55 VR, Nikon 55-200 VR
Canon 7Dm2, Canon 24-70 f/4 L IS, Canon 70-200 f/4 L IS, Tokina 11-16 2.8 DX, Canon 24 1.4 L
Sony a7s, Sigma 20 1.4
All clips available for licensing in 4k. Almost all have been sped up beyond their original timelapse form for this film, and are 10-15 seconds in length each.
Follow on Facebook: facebook.com/nathanstarzynskimedia/
Disclaimer: The Mount Seymour Backcountry is a wilderness area. If you are planning on hiking or camping in the park, make sure you are familiar with the park’s own rules regarding human activities env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/mt_seymour/. Even if you are going on a day hike, it is crucial to carry the 10 essentials and leave a detailed trip plan with someone reliable northshorerescue.com/education/what-to-bring/. There have been far too many rescues in the North Shore over the past few years. With proper preparation and knowledge, the beauty of these mountains is available for all to enjoy.
Marking the biggest shake-up in the survey’s nine-year history, Monocle’s 2015 Quality of Life survey awards Tokyo the number one city to call home. Rising from second place in 2014, the Japanese capital’s defining paradox – its heart-stopping size and concurrent feeling of peace and quiet – helped it claim the crown.
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Terraforming imagines a world where a crystal planet has been discovered in the galaxy. It follows a young cartographer’s journey to the planet. Paying homage to 1960’s sci-fi classics with bold projections of modernism in space.
The first ever object to be designed by man 1.7 million years ago was a flint hand axe. The project juxtaposes the flint hand axe with Swarovski’s latest crystal technology; Xero chaton, the smallest precision cut crystals in the world measuring 0.6mm in diameter, smaller than a grain of sand.
Director / Editor: Juriaan Booij
Concept & Design: Studio Swine
Featuring: Will Lord & Christian Von Pfefer
Director of Photography: Edgar Dubrovskiy
Music: Gavin Singleton
Visual Effect Artist: Yasuyuki Otsuki
Grading: Simon Astbury at Unit Media London
High-Speed Camera: Bernard Esterhuysen
1st Assistant Camera: Tom Cosway
Gaffer: Antti Janhnen
Spark: Harry Gay
Complete Fabrication, Design Miami/Basel, Take 2 Film Services, Graham Godfrey, Ben Porter, Rob Gavigan, Bob de Graaf, Edward & Rory McHenry, Robert Rivers & Tobias Clifford-Flower.
The film Utilizes a photo from ESA/DLR/FU Berlin, G. Neukum
I’ve been lucky enough to spend a lot of time on Hawaii growing up. My most recent trip there I brought along my camera gear and a quadcopter. It was great to get a birds-eye view of the changing landscapes around the island.
Shot and edited by Tyler Fairbank
Licensing, project quotes and inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
I shot this with mostly my DJI Phantom 2 with GoPro. Other footage and time-lapses are from my 5D Mark III. Enjoy!
Music: Treeline at Night – A. Taylor
Licensed from Musicbed.com
Nixon brings together larger-than-life surf legends Herbie and Nathan Fletcher for a road trip down memory lane in a new short film entitled Peninsula South, where the father and son team head down to Baja and revisit some old haunts from previous adventures. Director Riley Blakeway captures Herbie’s pioneering spirit and the close-knit relationship he has built with his son Nathan as they set out on an expedition they’ve not made together in over twenty years, reignites both their love for Baja and their deep appreciation for one another. By the late 60s, Herbie had already begun exploring Baja in search of un-crowded lineups and adventure. As his life moved forward, he built a family who share his love of travel, and who have joined him countless times to explore the fickle southern peninsula. On this latest mission, Nathan discusses his father’s contagious, childlike enthusiasm for surfing and life, and shares how he hopes to pass those ideals down to the next Fletcher generation. See more at nixon.com/baja
Featuring Nathan & Herbie Fletcher
Directed by Riley Blakeway
Cinematography by Riley Blakeway & Matt Wybenga
Original Music by Sasami Ashworth
Archival Footage by Herbie Fletcher
Produced by Mike Murciano, Terry Snyder & Adrianna Bonilla
Music Performance by Joo-Joo Ashworth
Music Engineering by Lena Simon
Art Director Terry Snyder
Executive Producer Tom Jones
This film is a collection of audiovisual moments and memories of a 3-week railway journey through Japan in 2015. We were whizzing through the country with the Shinkansen visiting Tokyo, Osaka, Hiroshima and Kyoto as well as lots of wonderful little places along the way, meeting the most friendly people and experiencing a culture that somehow balances its rich tradition with a very futuristic present.
Directed by: Vincent Urban
Filmed by: Vincent Urban, Alex Schiller, Alex Tank
Edit & Sounddesign by: Vincent Urban
Grading by: Alex Schiller
Ryan Emond (thanks for Karaoke and filming some drone-stuff with us)), Oliver Würffell, Laia Gonzales, Diether Kerner, Hideyuki Yoshizawa
Filmed with Sony a7s and Canon 5D Mark III RAW
performed by MODERAT
Musik: Sascha Ring, Gernot Bronsert, Sebastian Szary
© Random Noize Musick, Monkeytown Music
Courtesy of Budde Music und der Sony/ATV Music Publishing (Germany) GmbH
performed by MODERAT
Musik & Text: Sascha Ring, Gernot Bronsert, Sebastian Szary
© Random Noize Musick, Monkeytown Music
Courtesy Of Budde Music und der Sony/ATV Music Publishing (Germany) GmbH
This video was shot over a 5 day trip to Tokyo in January 2016.
It was my first time visiting Japan, a place I had always wanted to see. With a population of 35 million, Tokyo is the largest metropolitan area in the world. Due to this, I soon realised how lively and energetic this city really is.
I decided to take my camera and explore this fascinating city so rich in culture, tradition and innovation.
Equipment and Software used:
Canon 5D Mark III
Tamron 24-70 F/2.8 Di VC
Samyang 14mm T3.1
Edelkrone Slider & Action Module
Adobe After Effects
Music: Bonobo – Sapphire
A tilt-shift film by Joerg Daiber.
Shot in Bangkok, Phuket, Tonsai and Railay with Lumix GH2, Gorillapod, 14-140mm and 7-14mm Lenses. Post with Final Cut Pro and After Effects on Macbook Air.
You can license raw footage clips from the Little Big World series here: gettyimages.de/Search/Search.aspx?contractUrl=2&language=de&family=creative&p=spoonfilm&assetType=film
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Music: Johann Sebastian Bach – Air on the G String, perfomed by the USAF Strings