This is the RETNA individual video for the "Art in the Streets" project.
This project was a collaboration between Vanity Fair, Cadillac and MOCA. I was brought on to direct the short doc videos for each artist as well as a compilation video.
This project stemmed from the MOCA museum exhibit. The idea was to take the art out of the museum and put it back on the streets. It was a stellar project with three amazing artists. I'm thrilled to have captured the process of each one.
We used the following cams:
Panasonic GH2(with and without PL adapter from Hot Rod)
Panasonic AG-HMR10 with head
Canon 7D PL (Hot Rod version)
Canon 5D Mark II
and a few others I cant even remember....
Zeiss Super Speeds
Zeiss ZF's and ZE's
Canon primes and zooms
Thanks to Film Source LA, The Camera House and Hot Rod Cameras for providing gear. Also big love to my rad crew for being so on point throughout the process.
And extra special thanks to "Explosions in the Sky" for the amazing music we used for the whole project.
We joined Time Out LA for the launch of their new site http://timeout.com/la at the Andaz rooftop. The Bumby’s were there typing up fun critiques of anyone who was willing. Here is a video summing up the evening. Check it out. Pass it along. Enjoy.
Artist: The Record Company
Track: Don't Let Me Get Lonely