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…
Austin Playhouse hired W&S to provide the video design for their production of “Frost/Nixon.” A recreation of the 1977 “60 Minutes” interview between David Frost and Mike Wallace, along with multiple interludes, photo montages, and moving scenery backdrops, were used live during performances. W&S also provided the projection and playback gear.
W&S provides top-notch high definition capture and editing services. Case in point, we recently shot some live performance samples for Austin Playhouse, turning their production of “Speed the Plow” into a video worthy of Masterpiece Theater! Ok, perhaps we’re being overly dramatic. But you can judge for yourself: Videos- Final samples were in 24fps high […]
W&S was hired by director Shiraz Jafri to provide camera work for his latest short film “Charades.” The short is in final sound mix and score is being added, and will be posted here as soon as it’s complete and ready for the festival circuit. In the meantime, here are various screencaps from the raw […]
Rushmonkeys.com recently decided to begin producing video episodes of their high-adventure madness, moving beyond basic writeups and photography. W&S shot the first installment for them at Austin Rock Gym, focusing on rock climbing instruction. Rock Climbing Basics, Part 1 from rushmonkeys on Vimeo. Rock Climbing Basics, Part 2 from rushmonkeys on Vimeo.