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This has been a great Year for BSP of Denver, Colorado. A lot of growth and and fun videos. I was lucky enough to say that this was my full time job this year, and I wore a lot of hats; wedding videographer, music videos, editing, director… It really was an awesome year so here is a little video to cap everything off. Heres to 2016.
Primal Wear is a clothing apparel company for bike riders and teams, they were also the official Apparel sponsor for Bike New York 2015. This is the biggest biking expo in nation, and Primal Wear asked Black Sock Productions to capture every minute of a spectacular weekend.
What We Did
- Talked to company president to find what they were looking for.
- Created a video that highlighted both the client, and their partners.
- Captured key parts of the biggest bike expo in the nation .
- Gave Primal a marketing video to grow business.
Professional photographer Asa Dyer was teaming up with model Charlene Tucker for a photo shoot. In addition to the still photographs, Asa wanted to have a behind the scenes promo video to pair with his work.
What we did
- Captured the photo shoot start to finish.
- Found out what Asa wanted out of video
- Created Custom visuals and transitions
- Content Management/Integration
- Social Media Marketing
During the shoot you could see the passion that Asa had for his craft, and that is what I wanted to showcase on video. Charlene Tucker had a certain beauty and energy about her that helped with the direction of this video also. The end result was an explosive, beautiful, calculated, high quality video that all parties could be proud of, and use in their portfolio.
If the people were the main stars of the video, the editing cuts won best supporting role. There was so much quality content captured on this day that every cut was important as it served as a way to pack as much of the photo shoot process possible.
Denver based Artist, Drew Kesinger took his talents and created a charcoal portrait of a very recognizable star. Drew wanted to merge two different arts for one project.
What we did
- Multi Camera Coverage
- Custom Edits
- Video Concept
- Artist Promotion
Although this piece was pretty time extensive project (three 4 hour shoots) it was absolutely worth it. Drew was looking for a new creative project and wanted it to be filmed from start to finish. Together we came up with an idea to implement scenes from the actual movie “Django” to pair with his charcoal work of the main character.