23/November/2011 Filed in: Music Video
Today I got to work on Ariana Grande’s first music video for her upcoming single, “Put Your Hearts Up”. The video was co-directed by my friends Meiert Avis and Jeremy Alter, so it was nice to work with them again and on the Universal back lot, which was a dream come true; “Back To The Future” was shot there!
Also there was my partner in crime from the Spill Canvas shoot, Kelsey McNamee. I got my co-star from “Breaking Wind”, Heather Ann Davis, to join in on the action. I also meet former HSN host Craig Rooke. We all got to learn a dance for the finale and perform with about a hundred extras who are all Ariana fans. Overall it was a great way to kick off Thanksgiving weekend
25/August/2010 Filed in: Music Video
The new video for the song “Poison” by Halestorm is out, so check it out above! I play the 1940’s cop holding the camera. I’m not in much but it was still a lot of fun to hang out with my friends Anton Pardoe, Jeremy Alter, Mike Latch, Joe D. and the band’s bassist Josh Smith!
We shot the video at an amazing house on the cliffs of Malibu. It was build in 1927 by a man who made his fortune in wool. It felt like Norma Desmond lived there, which perfectly fit the noir feel of the video.
25/June/2010 Filed in: Music Video
Today I got to play a 1940’s cop for the upcoming video “Poison” by the band Halestorm. There was certainly a Valley Crossfit connection: the video was directed and produced by members Anton Pardoe & Jeremy Alter; featured head coach Mike Latch and members Joe and myself; and lastly, the band’s bassist is member and good friend Josh Smith!
We shot the video at an amazing house on the cliffs of Malibu. It was build in 1927 by a man who made his fortune in wool. It felt like Norma Desmond lived there, which perfectly fit the noir feel of the video. Look for it soon!
21/February/2010 Filed in: Music Video
Had a great shoot working on the new music video for The Spill Canvas. The video is for their new single “Our Song” off their upcoming album. Chris LeDoux and Jeremy Alter shared the director’s chair on this one and even Meiert Avis stopped to help produce. My co-star is the very talented and lovely, Kelsey McNamee.