Being hired to wander downtown Austin, listening to (and shooting) live music performances right there on the street? Yes, that would be considered a perk of the job.
Here for example, we have songstress Lauren Walley, in one of the performances and interviews shot for Rolling Stone and Sprint’s reality web series “Street to Stage.”
Gray’s work found its way into this year’s SXSW Film Fest not once, but twice! Both the teen vampire comedy feature “My Sucky Teen Romance” (VFX) as well as the music video “Worth It” (camera op) were festival selections.
Once again, congrats to director Emily Hagins, producer Paul Gandersman, VFX supervisor Brian Behm (who was [...]
A man on the run, a girl, and a gun! Fog machines and fight scenes, temptresses and trouble! Loosely inspired by the melodramatic music videos of the ’80s, this shoot had it all. It was an extreme pleasure to work alongside director Marcel Rodriguez as assistant director and camera operator (and even occasional grip) on [...]
Because, really, what’s a music video other than a short film where the music licensing is already taken care of for you? Give us a call, find out what W&S can do for you…