W&S provided both camera work and location sound for ZaneTV’s first webisodes for Carino’s Italian. The videos are intended to be very casual behind-the-scenes looks at how Executive Chef Chris Peiterson crafts his dishes, and are targeted for playback on mobile devices. Head on over to the Carino’s website to view them all!
Another cinematic wedding shot for the fine folk at The Wedding Theater (whose videos were named “2011 Pick: Best of Weddings” by The Knot!). This one was for Janee and Jamie at the Vista at Seward Hill. Congratulations, ladies!
C2C Multimedia hired W&S’s Gray G. Haddock to shoot footage for their multimedia presentations at this year’s “Celebrando” awards fete thrown by the Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Below are a few of the videos shown at the ceremony.
Here are a handful of stills from the latest scene of “Do-Overs,” a series pilot by the MadHatterCollective and starring Austin actors Ben Wolfe and Drew Whelpley! Stay tuned — we’ll let you know as soon as you can watch the videos!
W&S is available for high-quality product photography and videography, such as this abstract wine bottle shoot for director Rafael Ruiz’s series on Caliornia’s Artiste Winery, or food “hero” shots for ZaneTV’s spots for Carino’s Italian. Contact us about your project!
C2C Multimedia brought Gray in as camera op and gear provider on their recent spots for Paloma Dental. You can check out below how the project turned out.
Expressions in Video hired W&S to provide camera work and location sound on a promotional video for Joao Crus Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. We think the video turned out great!
W&S was recently hired to write the script for upcoming short-format comedy “TextMex!” Got a pitch that you need transformed into a full screenplay? Whether your needs are narrative, commercial or corporate/industrial, we can develop any concept you have. Talk to us!
Need to spice up your acting reel? Austin company Expressions in Video hired W&S’s Gray G. Haddock to serve as director of photography for a series of short scenes showcasing up and coming local actors. Seen here are a series of unprocessed screen captures from the shoot