The Commission is a Music video for BretonLabs and their upcoming
album War Room Stories.
Patrick Lyons was our actor/astronaut in this video, Wearing a High Altitude Fighter Pilot Helmet I bought from ebay. We experimented with different lights, smoke, lasers and interface designs. We then shot lots of experiments against a green screen. I spent a long time experimenting with Cinema 4D and After Effects creating a large amount of shots and 3D renders of space stations and planets. There is also real NASA Time lapse sequences taken by the crew of expeditions onboard the International Space Station
Image Courtesy of the Image Science & Analysis Laboratory, NASA Johnson Space Center, The Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth eol.jsc.nasa.gov
It's been though a few different edits but This is the final edit.
Hope you enjoy
Stuart Sinclair and bretonLABS
Featuring - Patrick Lyons
Directed and Created by Colorbeed Animation Studios
Gijs van Kooten
Tashina van Zwam
Prod by: Craze & Hoax
Mixed by: Laffree Audio Enhancement
Mastered by: Mark B. Christensen (assisted by Benoit Holliger) at Engine Room Audio
David Bowie - LOVE IS LOST 'Hello Steve Reich' remix by James Murphy / LCD Soundsystem
Label: ISO / RCA Records
Production Company: Black Dog Films
Director: Barnaby Roper
Executive Producer: Coleen Haynes
DP: Santiago Gonzalez
Assistant Camera: Tim Romero
DIT: Dai Yoshida and Nick McCann
Lighting Assistant: Christian Larsen
Producer: Richard Hutchins
Production Manager: Doug McCafferty
Director Rep @ Cadence NY: Neil Cooper
Editorial: Modern Post NYC
Editor: Matt Nee
Producer: Seema Naik
Post Production: Industrial Color
Animators: Joe White, Boris Coyere
3D Scanning: Direct Dimensions
CGI Artists: Geoffrey Pons, Harry Martis
CGI Artists: Stephen Hallquist and Sam Blalark
Producer: James Demetri
Models: Dorothea Barth-Jorgensen @ Elite NYC, Reid Prebenda @ Wilhelmina Men
Hair/Make-up: Valery Gherman @ Art Department
We were asked to create a five minute long 3D projection that Swedish House Mafia could air during their last tour ever "One Last Tour". We created a concept called The Black Box, based around the thought that what if there was a black box (like they have on airplanes) that had recorded everything on SHM's journey since day one. Imagine if you could go inside that box...
This video was recorded at Madison Square Garden, New York 2013.
Nominated for the Visual Music Award 2014! visual-music-award.de
Tempsick vs daniel R mueller is a project of a dancer: Tempsick from Poland and musician and video maker: daniel R mueller from Germany. Tempsick was born and raised in Gdansk - city which is located by the Baltic Sea. Daniel R mueller is from Munich - Germany. Daniel produces videos, conducts research about rhythm and also composes Rock and Industrial Music.
The video is part of a research about visual rhythm and music. Every style and technique of the dance which is presented, visualize and interpret different sounds, rhythms and melodies of the song. Tempsick most of his life spent in Gdansk where is located historical Stocznia Gdanska - shipyard. The atmosphere of the shipyard, industrial sounds and the sea had a huge influence on his movement, character and dance. On the video Tempsick vs daniel R mueller, Tempsick presents Street Dance Styles: Popping, Boppin', Waving, Snaking, Robot, Ticking, Animation, Strobing, Slow mo, Boogaloo. Many people nowadays call this dance a ''dubstep dance'', but this dance was created 40-50 years ago and it comes from the Funk and Soul Culture.
For more info visit:
daniel R mueller: music visualization and rhythm research:
Tempsick: dancing show, performance, painting, graphic design, visual art:
HD MUSIC VIDEOS
Browse This Channel
Hi, here a video clip with light / sun & fun : vimeo.com/101694724 Hope you enjoy my work :)
Casual - Laisser Faire
summer, chills, good times and part!
shot with a FS700.
"In their video for "Bender," Animal Eyes tell the oft-told tale of a man driving in his car in Alaska, seeing a dark figure (I assume it's a bear), then waking up in a diaper in Oregon as part of a body-painting cult. It's happened to all of us!" -Portland Mercury