The concept of this video was discovered in contemporary surrealist artwork rooted in the early 20th century. Chasing an endless horizon found in the dry lake beds of California, this creative discovered itself from minimal art installation. Taking simple objects of passage such as doorways, mirrors, and glass chandeliers, it created a concept that interprets the idea of truth and visual representation through basic objects found in scarce desert landscapes.
In a world of darkness, we find a boy in search of light. Using the lyrics as a guiding force, we clash the isolation of two unique characters in a world of brightness and dark. A dreamscape inspired by monochrome colors.
Using the city lights and a sense of isolation living in a sprawling urban world, we take three characters and unify them through music and light. Filmed in both Los Angeles and NYC, this video takes its musical progressions to bring together the strangers of the city in a unique visual way.
Using the short but sweet theme of "FUCK LOVE", and working closely with Justin Timberlake as a creative collaborate, this video explores a disconnected, yet synchronized, visual portrayal of youth rebel in any-town, USA.
This video takes place in the deep-deep jungle waterfalls of central Mexico. Filmed at a sacred statue garden built in the 1960's, this production was nothing short of revisiting a nostalgic miracle uncovered from the past. Using its landscape, we turn modern lyrics into a timeless sense of self discovery.
For this project the artist wanted to take her musical influences of South America and give back in a major way to the underprivileged group of school children. A true Favela, (or Brazilian ghetto), was sought out after to show the impact of a music video's production as it traces across the smiling faces of dozens of children living in the educational limitations of modern Rio De Janeiro.
Labelled as one of YouTube's most viewed videos of "ALL TIME (2010)," this viral video crushed viewership numbers prior to the release of viral sensations leading into what we now know as the YOUTUBE generation. Scoring over 45 MILLION views, this was merely a fan video intended for a MYSPACE contest to put One Republic on the map. Blogged by Kanye West and a dozen others, this video showed the true power of creativity not being distracted by the finances or management of record label influence.
Using Infiniti cars and Formula 1 race car driver celebrity Sebastian Vettel, this video draws its energy from the streets of outer New York and Melanie's incredible band performance. Time to get to work.
Ten dancers and a bathtub of bubbles is all Jazz Singer Melody Gardot needs to complete the rhythmic flows of this video. Add a little classic choreography from the silver screen and some flowing camera work, we discover ourselves in Melody's world as we daydream into her musical dreamscape.
For this concept, a visually absurd play on words crafted the theme of death and display from the phrase "Black Wedding." Rather than examine the darkness of joining two lives, the completely opposite approach of archiving death became the connecting theme.
For this "Spider Man" broadway influenced track, Bono and The Edge teamed up with actor Reeve Carney to make a video to showcase the premiere of "Turn Off The Dark" the musical in NYC. This video rooted itself in performances from the artists to connect to "Spider Man," showcasing the behind the scenes of the musical rehearsals and leading to its eventual Broadway premiere.
Taking influence from early forms of social media, the QR code was one of the first forms of tagging in the digital age. For this video we merged the concept of traditional graffiti, its audience, and blended it with the tagging form we find common today. #HOODIES