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The Blog

H-D #RollYourOwn BTS


We traveled to a cold Milwaukee, WI a few months back to get an ending shot for Harley's 'Roll Your Own' national campaign spot. Here's a behind the scenes look at the process.

The whole spot from H-D is below.

H-D Helmet Cam BTS



Last June we had the privilege of shooting Harley-Davidson's 2015 line of bikes. We knew it would be a shoot worth getting some behind the scenes footage for, so we threw a Sony NEX5-N on our helmet cam rig. Here's a fun little video of our journey shown from BJ's perspective.

MLB All-Star Experience


The MLB All-Star game came through Minneapolis this year and we had the opportunity to collaborate with the Twins organization on a couple short clips to recap the big events. Having all-access passes to an event of this magnitude was quite the experience for our crew and nothing short of a dream. The Twins organization and Target field did a remarkable job of putting on the weeks' events and if you were there, you realized how lucky we are to live in a city with such a great ballpark and community that supports baseball. Enjoy a couple clips we produced around the events and a few behind the scenes photos of our crew in action.

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ESPN SC Featured: Mendota


Back in August we had the chance to shoot part of an SC Featured story on the Mendota, CA high school football season. In the midst of countless community challenges, their team provided hope for a better future. We had the opportunity to shoot aerial footage of the area, follow students throughout opening game day and cover the beginning of a season they will never forget. We were proud to play a part in telling their story. 


Target - The Art of the Everyday


A little over a month ago we got a call from Target asking if we could be interested in collaborating on a new creative venture called the The Art of the Everyday. The idea was to take everyday essentials - things like Ziploc bags, Bounty Paper Towels and Kleenex Tissues and turn them into art. Teaming up with one of Target's creative teams, we put together 3 videos for social media that will be part of a longer series. Below you will find a short behind the scenes clip as well as the spot that went online for Bounty. 

Enjoy. -M