Stumped presents Root 9, a snowboarding video from Massachusetts funded by our own money and the motive to show people how fun snowboarding can be. Starring Bar Dadon, Cole Navin, & Parker Szumowski
Also featuring Andrew Aldridge, Brendon Rego, Dennis Filteau, Eugene Stancato, Matt Genovese, Noah Guarriello, & Robert Connors
Video filmed & edited by Eli Olson
Bar, Cole, and Parker were 17 years old while filming for this video.
The Root 53 Foundation is focused on the overall development and well being of children growing up in highly urban areas of Maryland, DC and Tennessee regions. A child who is not given the opportunity to grow, intellectually as well as emotionally, is a child that will not prosper.
As a final project with Mograph Mentor, I got to team up with Animation for a Cause and create this fun animation and help support Root 53.
In November 2014, Roots Sports expanded to Houston in time for broadcasting the 2014/15 basketball season. They called on Pinto Pictures to produce a stand-out campaign that would make a lasting impression on the viewers and market.
Pinto Pictures handled creative, production and design, delivering a customizable graphics package, image spots and numerous promos.
Director :: Brian De Herrera-Schnering
Producer :: Krisi Olivero
Art Director :: Kevin Liotti
Designer :: Harrison Vincent
Audio Post :: Coupe Studios
We teamed up with ROOT Sports to handle the positioning, communication platform and creative platform for the launch of three regional sports networks in the Northwest, Colorado and Pittsburgh. The position developed - We Are a Fan - was implemented in ROOT Sports' image and promo identity through a "Home Team" concept that builds anticipation for events through bold, powerful images and statements.
This is the final video of a three part series that I shot with professional BMX'er Travis Collier. The video touches on his street bmx influences, as well as where his inspiration came for much of his flatland riding.
Music by SUNN O))) (Song - Candlegoat)
Direction, editorial and cinematography by Mike McKinlay
Additional editorial and After Effects work by George Faulkner and Ian Fenton
Additional thanks to Eric Marshall for his contribution
Titles by THISISCLOU
Still exploring the boundaries of photogrammetry and trying to push limits. Last time I worked on a piece of chopped wood (https://vimeo.com/146769989). This time I did a study of an even more complex shape of an old and dry root I found.
Photographs: 138 Photos 4k Raw against Green Screen
Mesh: 1 406 612 Polygons
Texture: 16000 x 16000 pixel
Photogrammetry Software: Agisoft Photoscan www.agisoft.com
3D Software: SOFTIMAGE|XSI
Renderer: Redshift 3D www.redshift3d.com
Music: "Cylinder Five" by Chris Zabriskie www.chriszabriskie.com
3D by Oliver Weingarten, Siegen/Germany in November 2016
In the candy-colored world of 1950’s suburbia, a reluctant housewife suspects that the friendly neighborhood dentist is hiding a horrible secret... but is it just the anesthesia, or is something more sinister hiding just below the surface?
“Open up and say AHHHHH!”
Contact: [email protected]
We teamed up with ROOT Sports to handle the positioning, communication platform and creative platform for the launch of three regional sports networks in the Northwest, Colorado and Pittsburgh. The position developed - We Are a Fan - was implemented in ROOT Sports' game packaging through an "Ultimate Scoreboard" concept that illuminates a story behind the home team's biggest moments, from legends to new legacies.
Stumped presents Root 9, featuring Bar Dadon, Cole Navin, Parker Szumowski and friends.
Supported by Eastern Boarder, East Snowboard Magazine, Friendly Fire, Grenade Gloves, K2 Snowboarding, Strap'd Up, L1 Outerwear, and Nitro Snowboards.
Video by Eli Olson
Team rider Jon Root visited Kings Park for the first time the other day and this was the result. Kings is possibly one of the weirdest places to ride because every single transition is different.
Matt Nicklen filmed this edit during my absence and he sure did a good job. Thanks again man!
Check out his gig:
Coffee Roastery in Northern Ireland. Founded by an inspired duo looking to make not only the best cup of coffee in Ireland, but also to have a positive impact on the lives of those their business comes into contact with. We at Northern Flicker can at least speak for the cup of coffee, and it IS truly the best we have had.
Patagonia Provisions, in partnership with Hopworks Urban Brewery (HUB) in Portland, Oregon, created Long Root Ale, a Northwest-Style Pale Ale made with organic ingredients and Kernza perennial grain. Looking for solutions to repair the food systems that sustain us, Long Root Ale represents another step towards transforming agricultural practices and supporting sustainable farming.
Learn more at: longrootale.com
Liked the film? Download it and the soundtrack at http://IAmRootBeer.com now!
Written and Directed by Matthew Ballen and Casey Donahue
When a gifted surgeon gets a chance to audition for a regional root beer commercial, he sees this as his chance to spread the love his favorite beverage has given him. The only things standing in his way are his boss, his loved ones, a casting director and cold, hard reality.
Starring Casey Donahue, Laura Willcox, Seth Herzog, Jon Gabrus, Will Nunziata, Jerry Miller, Dan Chamberlain, and Katey Healy-Wurzburg
Root Node is a site-specific interactive installation. It involves stacked layers of disassembled remote controllers that are strung together by conductive rods and planted into the ground. Whenever its root gets damp, nodes can be generated due to the conductivity of the earth interface, which in turn triggers the pulse-signal-based soundscape. The visitor wears the head-mount device to receive the signals within the range of the infred light.
Inspired by Niklas Luhmann’s notion of structural coupling and the materiality of communication, Root Node also refers to the topmost section in a tree data structure in the context of computer science. The work functions as a reconfiguration of the exorbitant existence of techno narratives; as a poem depicting the metabolic process of signals; as “the reconstruction of deconstruction”; as a posthuman totem of worship…
This work exhibited in 10 Years Interface Cultures at Ars Electronica 2014, Linz Austria.
Thanks for the people who helps me finishing this piece, giving me advice and suggestions.
Album & Making of: https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/sets/72157646835220387/
Video Shoot: Cristian Villavicencio
Music: Chris Zabriskie