Tuesday, January 16, 2018

SHORT — “No Way Out,” Official Fantastic Fest Selection

May 13, 2012 by  
Filed under featured, shorts/features, VFX

Gray was most excited to work on the camera and VFX teams for the short “No Way Out,” starring renowned horror actor A.J. Bowen (“You’re Next,” “The Signal,” “House of the Devil”). The project was directed by Aaron Morgan, co-written by Morgan and AICN‘s Eric “Quint” Vespe, and produced by Arcanum Pictures. We’ll post the […]

ANIMATION — A Legacy of Giving, PetersGroup PR

May 13, 2012 by  
Filed under featured, multimedia, VFX

For two semesters now, W&S has been hired by PetersGroup PR to provide animation and video services to philanthropic non-profit organization A Legacy of Giving. We were proud to produce their educational videos, teaching students how it’s never to early to learn to give back to the community. Our work was even shown at the […]

LIVE MUSIC VIDEOS — Rolling Stone’s “Street to Stage” series

May 13, 2012 by  
Filed under featured, live event, music videos

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.”

VFX FOR TV — Nuclear Family

May 11, 2012 by  
Filed under featured, shorts/features, VFX

Gray had the privilege of teaming up with ZaneTV on the visual effects for the post-apocalyptic television drama “Nuclear Family” directed by Kyle Rankin and starring Ray Wise and Sharon Lawrence! Effects included a variety of background tracking and replacement, digital matte paintings, grenade explosions, gunplay, knife stabs, tranquilizer dart hits — oh yeah, and […]

SHORT FILM — “El Taconazo” (aka “Brown”)

May 10, 2012 by  
Filed under featured, shorts/features

We had a blast working on one of the very first projects to use UT Austin’s Panavision 35mm camera package, for Carlos Medina’s short film “El Taconazo” (aka “Brown”). DP Marcel Rodriguez, camera op/1st AC Gray Haddock, and crew wrangled some lovely images out of the Panavision G2, don’t you think?