Resurrecting an Art Form. TV got good again. Six Feet Under helped redefine what a TV show could be. We are proud to be a part of that ambition - to just make it better. The TV title sequence is a branding endeavor and a legitimate art form. It is the sole, consistent, and iconic moment that carries through a show’s lifespan and beyond. It’s what you remember most. DK is the most Emmy-nominated firm in the category. We seek assignments that tell a separate, parallel story. These are little art films really, that find their own voice, all while arming audiences with each show’s unique psychology and worldview.
Client: Showtime# vimeo.com/5846864 Uploaded 42.6K Plays 397 Likes 10 Comments
i made a love story out of my teeny tiny terrible drawings.
Starring Alexandra Hulme and Andrew Pastides
Music by Erika Spring and Kyle Forester
Shot by Evan Savitt
Edited by David Fishel
Hair and Makeup by Mandy Bisesti
Extra help and love from Elenie Chung
Curated by Gabriela Alva (Eyelevel BQE)# vimeo.com/86553900 Uploaded 158K Plays 2,507 Likes 36 Comments
Short film - Social Network
Funkastik James (Glen Check Remix) / Common Ground
Copyright by Soundholic
N'importe comment MV / the Toxic Avenger (feat. Orelsan)# vimeo.com/78029639 Uploaded 151K Plays 3,587 Likes 130 Comments
This equipment hung from the ceiling records magnetism and the gravity of the earth.
Movement a compass shakes and shows a direction, and movement of balance inclines by a liquid falls like intravenous drip.
Equipment “magnetic field record" describes by applying these two movements.
The dropper containing Chinese ink, and the weight supporting the spindle.
The Chinese ink falls, and the dropper becomes light and inclines, then it moves to a center gradually,
the horizontally extended magnet is pulled to the magnetism of the earth, and repeats inversion motion.# vimeo.com/73829218 Uploaded 29.3K Plays 366 Likes 5 Comments
I recently embarked on a three week trip to Paris, to try and capture the city in all its glory. I had never visited the city before, and was quickly struck with how beautiful it is. My aim was to capture the classic sights; ornate buildings and typical Parisian activities, and contrast that to the modern business side, towering glass glad skyscrapers and fast paced life.
I felt very lucky to have been in Paris when the massive thunderstorm started. I had seen the weather forecast, and made sure to position myself in among the skyscrapers. The storm started off slow, but very quickly built up to be absolutely ferocious. The lightning was hitting almost every other second, and some bolts were taking up the entire sky. The following night another huge storm hit Paris, and I spent the night furiously cycling around whilst grabbing as many shots as possible. I would set up, grab a sequence and as soon as the lightning moved away I gave it warp nine and cycled to my next spot as quickly as possible. By the end of the night I was freezing cold and completely soaked.. but content with what I had managed to capture.
Cue three weeks of shooting, followed by roughly 5 weeks of editing.. I think in total I spent over 400 hours working on this project, which means that every single second of video took two and a half hours to produce. The video was entirely self-funded, and shot purely out of my love for timelapse. If you enjoyed the video, please pass it along to a friend.
To keep up to date with my latest work, you can find me on facebook at facebook.com/paulrichardsonphoto For the tech-heads, I used a Canon 6D, 17-40 f4, 50mm 1.8, and a 70-200 f4. The motion control sequences were shot on a home built dolly, coupled to a emotimo TB3.
Most of the footage is available to license in 4k. If you require any custom sequences, I'm also available to work on commissions. For any enquiries, please contact me at paul[a-t]agour.co.uk
Music: Lights and motion - Drift (Licensed through The Music Bed)# vimeo.com/103223164 Uploaded 660K Plays 2,163 Likes 85 Comments