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Black and White

Regina Spektor | "Black and White"

"Black and White" is a music promo for Regina Spektor's latest ballad which features the lead ballerina of the Joffrey Ballet at Chicago's long-shuttered Uptown Theatre.

The video premiered on ELLE and was featured on Rolling Stone, The Chicago Tribune and Paste.


IBM | "Meet the z15" Director's Cut

"Meet the z15" is a piece of ASMR digital content commissioned by IBM to launch their new z15 mainframe.

Learn more about the z15 at IBM.com.

White Reaper

White Reaper | "Might Be Right"

"Might Be Right" was the first music video from White Reaper's latest album entitled "You Deserve Love".

The video was inspired by the minimalist hard-edge paintings of Ellsworth Kelly, which often employed bright colors and emphasized line and form. It premiered on Pitchfork and was featured on GQ, Stereogum and Paste.

Warby Parker

Warby Parker | "We've Got Your Eyes Covered" Director's Cut

Broadcast TV spot launching Warby Parker's Fall 2020 advertising campaign.

900 Shops

900 Shops | "Nightswimming" and "Incandescence"

"Nightswimming" and "Incandescence" are two large-scale video installations created for the ceiling canopy at 900 Shops - a 465,000 square-foot, seven-level luxury shopping center in Chicago. The finished pieces are on permanent rotation as a ten-screen, fully immersive audio visual experience.


Dyson | "Lightcycle"

Broadcast TV spots for Dyson's Lightcycle Task Light, which automatically simulates properties of natural daylight to help reduce eye strain.

Learn more about Lightcycle technology at Dyson.com.


Interpol | "Turn on the Bright Lights XV"

"TOTBLXV" is a short documentary commemorating the 15th anniversary of Interpol's acclaimed debut album, Turn on the Bright Lights.

Ocean Picture

Big Noble | "Ocean Picture"

Shot using a light-field camera, this music promo delivers pioneering visuals and a textural experience unlike any before. The video premiered on Noisey and was featured on Fast Company.