A tribute to the words of Muhammad Ali by Poet Yasiin Bey (Mos Def) and Calligraffitist Niels Shoe Meulman
Agency : Ogilvy Paris
Managing Partner : Romain Lartigue
Creative Director : Kurt Novack
Art Director : Adrien Havet
Account Director : Dalila Joly
Art Buyer : Annette Hallum
Digital Producer : Talla Seck
Production House: Steam Films
Managing Partner: Jennifer Sykes
Executive Producer: Krista Marshall
Director: Stuart A. McIntyre
Producer: Paul Matthews
Cinematographer: Kris Belchevski
Camera Operators: Stuart Cameron, Claudio Manni, Luis Moreira
Executive Producer: Michelle Lee
Editor: Stephen Sora
Colour: Alter Ego
Executive Producer: Greg Edgar
Colourist: Wade Odlum
Online: Motor VFX
Flame Artist: Daniel Kelly
Music House: Apollo Studios
Executive Producers: Benedicte Luneau, Koo Abuali, Phillipe-Aubert Messier, Yan Dal Santo
Music: Mathieu Brault, Daenen Bramberger, Mike Wise
Singer: Michael Mooney,
Sound Design: Yan Dal Santo
During my time at DIGITAL KITCHEN as an intern, I was asked to create a personal project of my choice. The content, approach, creative, tools, style etc. were all up to me and basically I would get out of the project what I put into it.
For those who know me well, or even briefly know that I am a diehard Canadian born hockey fan (Canucks). I decided to use this as the subject matter and wanted to get the opinions of some of my fellow American creatives on the sport of hockey which they may or may not know anything about.
I interviewed a bunch and then cut the most unique candid answers together with the intention of bringing the piece into flash and animate over. This is a technique I had yet to try my hand at so I applied myself and after 1407 individually animated frames it was done!
Thanks to everyone at DIGITAL KITCHEN Seattle for letting me pick your brains on my favorite thing.
J-Scott Reel 2011 vimeo.com/29250393
Chris Dean’s heart stopped when he was two. He died but he came back. When Chris was five, his father was murdered, riddled by more than 20 bullets in a gang shootout. At age 18, Chris gained national attention when he introduced President Barack Obama at his high school graduation. Chris is an observer and philosopher who has always had a few things to say about life from his vantage point in South Memphis. He and Emmy-Award winning filmmaker Alan Spearman walked the neighborhood for eight weeks observing and recording what became the script of As I Am. This film floats through this remarkable young man's landscape, revealing the lives that have shaped his world. Poetic and powerful imagery, captured by Spearman and cinematographer Mark Adams, combines with the young philosopher’s trenchant observations about life.
A short I shot last year.
Directed/Shot/Edited By Salvatore Rubino.
Makeup By Jaimie Hoffman
Tokina 11 - 16mm
Nikon nikkor 35mm
Nikon nikkor 85mm
Blood mad out of dark and light corn syrup, blueberry jello, red food dye, velvet chocolate cake mix, and coco powder