"Mapping" is the first installment of a series of shorts entitled "ODD NY". The story follows ODD executive creative director Gary Breslin as he guides us through the surreal and dream-like visions of the city he lives in.
"Mapping" shows us the familiar and iconic map of lower Manhattan as it expands, splits, re-groups and forms an entirely new topography. It's the downtown that Breslin knows, where his stomping grounds all fit together seamlessly while other less inviting hoods like Times Sq and Wall St are pushed to the margins.
Production Company: Supply&Demand
Executive Producer: Tim Case, Charles Salice
Post Production: ODD NY
Director: Gary Breslin
Lead Animation: Willie Russell
HOP for S&D: Alexis Kaplan
HOP for ODD: Matthew Turke
DP: Saul Metnick
Music: Kevin Ferguson @ Boiler Room
Mix: Justin Mately @ Sound Lounge
For the first time in over a decade, the Philippine economy is on the upswing and the Filipino people are realizing their potential. The world watches as the Philippines moves forward.
A business feature produced by Asia Business Channel and broadcast on Channel News Asia in 2013. Featuring interviews with prominent Filipino figures such as President Benigno Aquino, Jaime Zobel de Ayala, Ramon del Rosario Jr., Rene Almendras and Ramon Jimenez. This program discusses recent developments in the Southeast Asian republic along with the successes and challenges it faces halfway into the Aquino administration.
Producer/Director/Writer: Francisco "Kit" Reyes (Shutter Republic)
Director of Photography: Stefan Herbruger (Shutter Republic)
Post-Production: Underground Logic
Narrator: Trevor Jones
I shot this film in april 2006 during a 3 week stay in NYC. It was an incredible time, the city holds so many surprises. I shot it with a Canon 400D (ruining it, the shutter gave out :-)
I´ve had lots of help with this project, enabling shots from the german embassy and even out of the 44th floor of the Crysler Building. It is the first of a series of city portraits , coming soon: Hong Kong, Shanghai and Istanbul so stay tuned.
On September 2, 2010 I drove to NYC to Canon Expo 2010 to view new technology that will help to shape the future of imaging over the next five years. I will be posting a video from the show very shortly.
After the show Canon DSLR users were invited to get together for a NYC DSLR meetup held at the Lucky X Lanes on 42nd Street. It was great to meet so many filmmakers, videographers and photographers that I have been following online. Shane Hurlbut, ASC and Philip Bloom were just two of the many HDSLR celebrities that bowled the night away.
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One week spent walking these streets surrounded by beautiful architecture, great food, Broadway and Late Night Shows, and people from all over the world, I fell in love with the enormous New York City. vimeo.com/90980662