Wednesday, November 16, 2011
The crazy, sexy, cool cast and crew of our Dating Game themed Doritos spec commercial. Check it out online HERE.
Left to right, back row: KT Kent (sound mixer/design), Georgiana Young (BTS videographer), Alain Azoulay (Host), Victor Holstein (Bachelor #1). Middle row: Patrick Cronen (Bachelor #2), Brooke A. Smith (Shannon), Carol Ras (art director), Ace Young (Bachelor #3), Terry Gingles (writer, director, producer), Chloe Weaver (director of photography), Michael Lloyd (gaffer), Paul Salmons (grip, gaffer). Bottom row: Michael Velasquez (2nd AD, editor), Liz (1st AD, assistant make up). Not pictured: Ashley Blair (make up/hair).
Friday, July 8, 2011
Eugene's job interview doesn't go as planned.
Writer/Director/Producer TERRY GINGLES
Shot by MICHAEL VELASQUEZ
Edited by MICHAEL VELASQUEZ & TERRY GINGLES
Camera & Grip KRISHNA NARAYANAMURTI
Grip, PA & Boom Op MARLON HUNTER
Cast (In Order of Appearance)
Monday, May 9, 2011
The sponsor trailer for the 2011 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. Unlike previous years, the music was created before the motion graphics. Composer, George Shaw, and I had a brainstorming session which helped drive the direction of the animation.
Music GEORGE SHAW
Monday, February 21, 2011
Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Currently touring the film festival circuit, I had the opportunity to work on the motion graphic design for this ass kicking documentary about fixed-gear riders in Los Angeles.
TRAFIK presents The Official Trailer for To Live & Ride In L.A. http://www.toliveandrideinla.com
Over a year in the making, To Live & Ride In L.A. is the first feature-length film about L.A.’s underground fixed-gear culture. Directed by David Rowe (Fast Friday), the documentary explores a side of Los Angeles few outsiders have ever seen.
To Live & Ride In L.A. features talented local riders tearing up the streets with first-time visitor Keo Curry (Fast Friday, Macaframa), one of the living legends of the sport. From races through rush-hour traffic to midnight loft parties, To Live & Ride In L.A. is a fast-paced trip through the busy streets and back-alleys of one of the world’s largest cities.
The second feature film from David Rowe, To Live & Ride In L.A. will challenge viewers’ perceptions of a city better known for its paparazzi, fake breasts, and traffic jams.
Producers RICK KLEINSMITH, TIM JIEH
Director DAVID ROWE
Cinematography MARCUS UBUNGEN
Trailer By RALPH BUADO