We recently had fun shooting a new campaign for Cotton Patch — keep an eye out for homespun deliciousness wherever Cotton Patch restaurants can be found.
What chef doesn’t want a live mariachi serenade to cook by? Nice singing, Mario!
We’re helping to let the world know through the voices of hard working Entergy employees how they work tirelessly to keep lights on every day of the year.
Hit the road for a good time in Louisiana. We had a great time traveling the highways of bi-ways of Louisiana to tell share some fun Louisiana experiences.
Great brand film campaign by Starbucks. 28 Countries – One Day. “A celebration of good things that happen when we get together.” (Click the photo below to watch.)
We’re throwing it back this Thursday to a spot our director Stoney Sharp shot for Geico.
Check it out and remember to be weary of your smaller furry friends because it’s not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog!
Really digging this Trust Your Power by Duracell. A beautiful spot with heart and a great message…despite the Seattle Seahawks.
Congrats to chef Justin Devillier on winning Best Chef: South at the James Beard Awards. So well deserved! #louisiana #pickyourpassion #jamesbeard
Shot by TEMPT 2014 for Agency TRUMPET Advertising
The Ad Council really killed it with this beautiful homage to Diversity & Inclusion. Click the picture to check it out! #Diversity #Inclusion #lovehasnolabels #AdCouncil
Westinghouse has come a long way since introducing the first continuous filament incandescent light bulb more than 100 years ago. With tablets, flat screens, and electric shavers, Westinghouse is still going strong. Check out the spot we created showing off a modern look at this lasting company.
Dir: Brian Bain / DP: Jake Springfield via JUMBOshrimp
OK Go are finally back with their latest mind-blowing clip for “The Writings on the Wall”, a single from their forthcoming album Hungry Ghosts. The video is 4-minute barrage of optical illusion techniques performed live in-camera (primarilyanamorphic projection) that borrow ideas from artists like Bernard Pras, Felice Varini, Bela Borsodi and maybe even a nod to Jay-Z’s Blueprint 3 album cover. All of the scenes are performed one after another in a single take, but probably took untold months of preparation.