Here’s an action-sports promo for a GoPro stabilizer called Slick. I had some amazing footage to work with and a killer track! I love piecing together these edits that have a strong music component.
Standard Cyborg is a waterproof, 3D printed prosthesis for below-the-knee amputees.
Vainglory recently launched on Android, and a celebration was in order!
I covered the event with the always reliable Eugene, whom I’ve worked with on numerous Glass & Marker projects. It was awesome to witness and capture this event. It took place at Twitch headquarters in San Francisco, and players and streamers from around the country (and even a few from outside the country) came together for their love of the game.
This was a quick one-day shoot and one-day edit turnaround.
PS: I couldn’t help but get into the game, being surrounded by such hardcore fans. So if you wanna play, my handle is: NeLshawn!
Virool is one of the biggest projects that Glass & Marker has ever created. When I first saw it, I was thoroughly impressed by the video as a whole; it was entertaining, funny, and thoroughly engaging.
Part of my role here at Glass & Marker is to take on internal projects that would help showcase our work. The “Case Studies” are essentially behind-the-scenes featurettes of some of our most involved projects. Virool was a beast of a project, and it was my job to dive into the footage (almost 2 TB worth) and extract anything and everything that could serve as good behind-the-scenes footage. Jesse and Nick crafted the script, and from that structure, I was able to start piecing everything together. Jesse and Ben added the final polish and the result is something that effectively tells the story of how they tackled this massive project!
VO Script: Nick Markham, Jesse Tarnoff
Editor: Nelson Nunez, Jesse Tarnoff
VFX: Ben Bunch
Agency: Glass & Marker
Versame is a new tech product that aims to help you engage more with your baby. I was particularly interested in this video as my wife and I are expecting our first child in November of this year! What I like about the product is that it’s using technology to get you to stop using technology in a way. Instead of more flashy games and apps to distract your child with, it’s a discreet piece of hardware that counts the number of words you use to talk to your baby with. In that way, it encourages parents to put down our own phones, laptops, etc. so that we can reach that word count goal for the day. And through that, we engage and have more quality conversations (albeit one-way for now) with our kids.
This was a fun project in sound design. My goal was to add robot sound effects to this existing dance video. It took a lot of research through multiple sound libraries to find the right sound for each movement. Karen is a very skilled dancer, and it was fun to pinpoint her many intricate movements. This is a great performance in it’s own right!
Glass & Marker was brought on board to head a video production in South Carolina for our client, WeVideo. It was an opportunity to document how successful their product had been implemented in the Richland Two School District. We were able to visit a local elementary school and a local high school to interview their school staff about their experience in how WeVideo is being used to enhance the learning experience for all of their students.
The video can be viewed on the WeVideo blog.
Here’s a short and sweet client story video I edited featuring Public Bikes in San Francisco.
Prezi launched a new app called “Nutshell” and it makes creating cool video montages of your life experiences super easy! This was a fun launch video to edit. Check it out!
Agency: Glass & Marker