Music video for Nigerian rapper M.I.
Music video for Rob Markman, legendary Hip-Hop journalist and EIC of Genius.com
An experimental work and collaboration with Digital artist and coder Gene Cogan. We utilized his custom code he created for a technique called Style Transfer which utilizes the Neural Network and Deep Learning algorithms. We chose classic Graffiti art spanning various techniques and mediums to create this video.
Shot in Harlem NYC, and an Atlanta Mansion. The skit features DC Young Fly. Cameos from Big K.R.I.T. and Shiest Bubz.
Titles by Fabian Tejada.
Shot in VR in NYC. Multiple cameras were harmed during the filming of this video.
Witness.Earth is a collaboration with photographer Porter Yates, who has traveled and photographed far away regions of the world. We have developed a new style of photographic presentation to music. This new technique fuses slideshow, time lapse, and stop motion imagery; all set to the rhythm of unearthed and vintage songs. Developed as an experimental process for Kanye West’s song “White Dress”, we saw potential in the technique and how it could be applied to Porters photography. This method provides a level of immersion never before experienced and is unique in its ability to both comprehensively describe a place and provide intimate details of the setting.
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Shot in the capitol of weed – Denver Colorado. Join Redman as he oversees a massive weed operation. Thanks to Frosted Leaf.
Queens pioneer Large Professor takes us through his borough, from Flushing to Queens Bridge.
The story centers around a man, played by Michael K. Williams of The Wire and Boardwalk Empire fame, who comes back home after a nine-year bid in jail to find out his girl has moved on. Heartbroken, Williams deals with the situation the only way he knows how, but he’s in for a surprise when the deed is done. – Complex