Just before Thanksgiving rolled around we had a last minute shoot with Smokestack Films for a new music video for up and coming singer/producer, Maggie Rogers. Maggie, fresh out of NYU recently made her way onto the scene after a video went viral of Pharrel Williams listening to her track, "Alaska" at his masterclass at NYU's Clive Davis institute back in February. Since then, she has put out a couple of music video Studio and will soon be embarking upon her first big tour. For this music video for her latest single, she brought in a crew of dancers along with some whimsical choreography and some excellent use of lighting to make use of our giant Cyclorama.
NYC's very own Sensorium Works came in for a rather extraordinary green screen production, shot entirely in 360 virtual reality for a short film based on writer, George Saunders upcoming novel, 'Lincoln In The Bardo'. Before coming into our photo studio in Brooklyn, their team was out on location at a local graveyard where they shot and mapped out what would the setting for the film with director, Graham Sack. Once in the studio, everything had to be precise so the placement would line up perfectly on green screen. You can tell that this crew was well versed in this process as they certainly made it look easy throughout their few days with us at the studio. Looking forward to see the final product in this interactive film experience.
Photographer Brandon Harrison came by for a small test shoot on our BIG cyc! Gotta say, what an interesting look...I've never seen so much white! Looks like they were having fun though. Brandon is also a digital tech and photo assistant. Check out his site!