Take a peek at some of our favorite moments we have captured over the last year or two, traveling the world. From center stage to backstage, mountain top to ocean floor, mosh pit to hardwood, we are comfortable in the mix. Our cinematography captures those moments between breaths, faster than the eye can see, all in 4 & 5K RED EPIC. We try to take you in the moment, almost too close to the action some times... but the excitement of seeing it all playback after you'v survived is priceless. \\\\Cheers
From Studio to Coast, Concert to Court Side, Our last couple years have taken us to the farthest reaches of the earth and back.
Suicidal Tendencies and The Metal Mulisha teamed up for Suicidals latest music video. On location at the Mulisha Compound in Temecula, CA.
Filming with Power Band Films Jay Schweitzer and Mack Dawg. Our job was to handheld in the mix. Getting bounced around in the pit, backflipped over, and roosted with rocks to close out the video. Our images take you right into the middle of the action, like you were there.
Nothing Runs Like a Deere
Working with Glass Eye Productions, we traveled the world in 2013 for John Deere. Filming at some of the most remote, private, breathtaking places in the world. From farmlands in middle America, to Middle Earth New Zealand ranches, we soared in the skies in Montana in a heli and in the frozen tundra of Ontario Canada. Each shoot was different, from vast expansive set up shots at sunset, to sit down interviews with technical directors at John Deere Service Centers. Our first sales video we finished won a 2013 Telly Award, right out of the gates...
Golden Hour with John Deere
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Winner of the Santa Barbara Film Festival 2014 - The Bruce Corwin Award for Best Live Action Short Film Under 30 Minutes went to SATELLITE BEACH, directed by Luke and Andrew Wilson. Satellite Beach follows the unique journey of the Endeavour space shuttle as it travels through the streets of Los Angeles to the California Science Center, and the final move of the Atlantic space shuttle to the Kennedy Space Center. John DeTemple was main camera on film.
Luke WIlson and the shuttle...
Follow the Light
Grabbing a camera and swimming in the surf is a life changing experience. Once you see the results you are hooked.
Have a peek at the first 2 years with a water housing and still camera... (this is about 8 years ago)