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The following 69 pages are in this category, out of 69 total, this list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
1. Videography – Videography refers to the process of capturing moving images on electronic media and even streaming media. The term includes methods of production and post-production. It was initially equivalent of cinematography, the advent of digital video recording in the late 20th century blurred the distinction between videography and cinematography, as in both methods the intermittent mechanism became the same. Nowadays, any work outside commercial motion picture production could be called videography. The word combines video from Latin, meaning I see or I apprehend, with the Greek terminal ending graphy and its contemporary sense is video writing or video recording. As the field progresses, videographers may produce their assets entirely on a computer without ever involving an imaging device, a videographer may be the actual camera operator or they may be the person in charge of the visual design of a production. One of the best known application is in workplace studies, the Sage Handbook of Visual Methods
2. Samuel Bayer – Samuel David Bayer is an American visual artist, cinematographer, commercial, music video and film director. Bayer was born in Syracuse, New York and he graduated from New York City’s School of Visual Arts in 1987 with a degree in Fine Arts. He later moved to Los Angeles in 1991, where he continues to live, Bayer has won five MTV Video Music Awards including Best Video in 1991 and 2005 as well as Best Direction in 2005 and 2007. With a successful music career under his belt, Bayer has received equal acclaim within the commercial world. Well into his second decade of advertising, Bayers work continues to be recognized, in 1996, his Nike commercial, If You Let Me Play, won an Association of Independent Commercial Producers Award for Best Direction. In 2011, his Super Bowl spot for Chrysler, Born of Fire, received awards, including an Emmy. New Line Cinema and Platinum Dunes selected Bayer to helm their remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street, Bayer finally agreed to direct the film after a personal plea from Michael Bay, who also was the producer. With a production budget of $30 million, the film held the one spot at the US box office in its first week in April 2010. The film starred Academy Award-nominee Jackie Earle Haley and introduced Rooney Mara in her first major studio role, a Nightmare on Elm Street On March 3,2013, Bayer opened his first major solo exhibition at ACE Gallery Beverly Hills entitled, Diptychs & Triptychs. Bayer presented a series of sixteen, twelve foot-tall, female nude triptychs as well as four, in an Interview Magazine article, Bayer commented that the initial effect of the portraits are overwhelming, and a bit spooky. Exposed full frontally, these women might have perceived as vulnerable on a smaller scale, however the straight gaze. Bayers series discussed the ongoing biological and sociological evolution, Bayer treated Diptychs & Triptychs like a film project, holding open castings for hundreds of women. Bayers subjects held poses against a white backdrop for up to four hours during marathon fourteen hour shoot days. The series of work was inspired by a conversation Bayer had with his father during which he expressed his intense desire to display his viewpoint of the nude form. net
3. Anton Corbijn – Anton Johannes Gerrit Corbijn van Willenswaard is a Dutch photographer, music video director, and film director. He is the director behind the visual output of Depeche Mode and U2, having handled the principal promotion. Anton Johannes Gerrit Corbijn van Willenswaard was born on 20 May 1955 in Strijen in the Netherlands and his father, Anton Corbijn van Willenswaard, took up the same position in Hoogland and Groningen, moving his wife and four children with him. His mother, Marietje Groeneboer, was a nurse and was raised in a parsons family, photographer and director Maarten Corbijn is a younger brother. Grandfather Anton Johannes van Willenswaard was an art teacher at Christian schools in Hilversum, Corbijn began his career as a music photographer when he saw the Dutch musician Herman Brood playing in a café in Groningen around 1975. He took a lot of photographs of the band Herman Brood & His Wild Romance, from the late 1970s the London-based New Musical Express, a weekly music paper, featured his work on a regular basis and would often have a photograph by him on the front page. One such occasion was a portrait of David Bowie wearing a loincloth backstage in New York when starring in The Elephant Man, in the early years of London-based The Face, a glossy monthly post-punk life style / music magazine, Corbijn was a regular contributor. He made his name photographing in black-and-white but in May 1989 he began taking pictures in colour using filters and his first venture in this medium was for Siouxsie Sioux. Other album covers featuring work by Corbijn include those for Springsteen, Nick Cave, Siouxsies second band The Creatures, Bryan Adams, Metallica, the Rolling Stones, Bon Jovi, The Killers, Simple Minds, R. E. M. The Bee Gees, Saybia and Moke, Corbijn began his music video directing career when Palais Schaumburg asked him to direct a video. After seeing the video for Hockey, the band Propaganda had Corbijn direct Dr. Mabuse. After that he directed videos for David Sylvian, Echo & the Bunnymen, Golden Earring, Front 242, Depeche Mode, Roxette and his first video in colour was made for U2 in 1984 for their single Pride. In 2005 Palm Pictures released a DVD collection of Corbijns music video output as part of the Directors Label series, in 1994 Corbijn directed a short film about Captain Beefheart/Don Van Vliet for the BBC called Some Yoyo Stuff. He made his film debut with Control, a film about the life of Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis. It premiered to rave reviews at the Cannes Film Festival on 17 May 2007, the film is based on Deborah Curtis book Touching from a Distance about her late husband and the biography Torn Apart by Lindsay Reade and Mick Middles. 2010 Corbijn returned as a director with the character-based thriller The American, on 26 October 2011 Corbijn directed a webcast by Coldplay from the Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas in Madrid, Spain. His film A Most Wanted Man was released in 2014, the John le Carré novel of the same name, which is loosely based on the true War on Terror story of Murat Kurnaz, was set in part in Hamburg, as parts of the movie were. In February 2014, he start filming his next project Life about James Dean, author William Gibson refers to a fictitious portrait by Corbijn of the character Hollis Henry in his 2007 novel Spook Country
4. Director X – Julien Christian Lutz, better known as Little Halfsquat, Pipi or Director eX, is a Canadian music video director. He also has his own clothing line X Fit and he was born and raised near Toronto, Ontario, and is of Trinidadian and Swiss descent. Julien Christian Lutz attended both Mayfield Secondary School and North Park Secondary School in Brampton, Ontario, Little Mix, Rihanna, Union J, Fifth Harmony, and Iggy Azalea. He is currently represented by Luti Media, in 2015, Director X founded his own production company, Popp Rok in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. In addition to directing videos, Director X has also had experiences in filming and into fashion. X Fit X has his own clothing line called X Fit. It is produced by Canadian clothing company Ice Gear Fitness, films X was a visual consultant on Hype Williams 1998 film Belly. X was also to direct now defunct vampire feature Razorwire, modeling He also discovered Melyssa Ford at a Toronto nightclub and helped to launch her modeling career. Television In 2017, he appeared on Episode 7 of Americas Next Top Model Cycle 23 X Marks The Spot as the director for a Gypsy-Sports themed music video. Kelly - Make the World Go Round Jennifer Hudson featuring Timbaland - Walk It Out DJ Cassidy featuring Robin Thicke & Jessie J - Calling All Hearts Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX - Fancy T. I. - Made Men Onyx - React Onyx - Broke Willies Rascalz - Northern Touch Redman - Ill Bee Dat, official website X Fit Director X at the Internet Movie Database
5. Michel Gondry – Michel Gondry is a French independent film director, screenwriter, and producer. He is noted for his visual style and distinctive manipulation of mise en scène. He won an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay as one of the writers of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and he is well known for his music video collaborations with Radiohead, Björk, Beck, The Chemical Brothers and The White Stripes. He is the grandson of inventor Constant Martin, Gondrys vision and career began with his emphasis on emotion. Much of his inspiration, he says, came from the film Le voyage en ballon and he stated, When I watch this movie, I dream Im flying and then I do stories where people are flying. His career as a filmmaker began with creating videos for the French rock band Oui Oui. The style of his videos for Oui Oui caught the attention of music artist Björk, the collaboration proved long-lasting, with Gondry directing a total of eight music videos for Björk. Other artists who have collaborated with Gondry on more than one occasion include Daft Punk, The White Stripes, The Chemical Brothers, The Vines, Steriogram, Radiohead, and Beck. Gondry’s video for Lucas Secons Lucas With The Lid Off was nominated in the Best Music Video category at the 37th Grammy Awards, Gondry, along with directors Spike Jonze and David Fincher, is representative of the influx of music video directors into feature film. Gondry made his film debut in 2001 with Human Nature. His second film, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, was released in 2004 and received favorable reviews. Eternal Sunshine utilizes many of the image manipulation techniques that Gondry had experimented with in his music videos, Gondry won an Academy Award alongside Kaufman and Pierre Bismuth for the screenplay of Eternal Sunshine. The style of Gondrys music videos often relies on videography and camera tricks which play with frames of reference and his following film, The Science of Sleep, hit theaters in September 2006. This film stars Mexican actor Gael García Bernal, and marked a return to the fantastical, surreal techniques he employed in Eternal Sunshine, according to the Guinness World Records 2004, Michel Gondrys Levis 501 Jeans Drugstore spot holds the record for Most awards won by a TV commercial. The commercial was never aired in North America because of the suggestive content involving purchasing latex condoms. He was asked by French comic duet Éric and Ramzy to direct Seuls Two, in September 2006, Gondry made his debut as an installation artist at Deitch Projects in New York Citys SoHo gallery district. A leitmotif of the film is a Disastrology calendar, Gondry commissioned the painter Baptiste Ibar to draw harrowing images of natural and human disasters. His brother Olivier Twist Gondry is also a commercial and music video director creating videos for bands such as The Stills, Hot Hot Heat, Daft Punk
6. Paul Hunter (director) – Paul Hunter is a music video director known for popular music singles. He has directed over 100 music videos, television advertisements and was nominated for an Emmy for Nikes Freestyle commercial, Hunter graduated from Cal State Northridge with a degree in Radio, TV & Film. Hunter has worked with artists including Aaliyah, Pharrell, Dr. Dre, Tyrese Gibson, Beyoncé, LL Cool J, Justin Timberlake, Lenny Kravitz. Hunter made his feature directorial debut with Bulletproof Monk for MGM, starring Chow Yun Fat. Hunters directed the video of Michael Jacksons come-back single, You Rock My World
7. Spike Jonze – Spike Jonze is an American director, producer, screenwriter and actor, whose work includes music videos, commercials, film and television. Jonze is well known for his music video collaborations with Daft Punk, Fatboy Slim, Weezer, the Beastie Boys, Björk and he was a co-creator and executive producer of MTVs Jackass. He is currently the director of Vice Media, Inc. He is part owner of skateboard company Girl Skateboards with riders Rick Howard and he co-founded Directors Label, with filmmakers Chris Cunningham and Michel Gondry, and the Palm Pictures company. He has been nominated for four Academy Awards, Best Director for Being John Malkovich and he won the Golden Globe Award for Best Screenplay, the Writers Guild of America Award for Best Original Screenplay, and the 2014 Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for Her. Jonze was born on October 22,1969 in Rockville, Maryland and his father, Arthur H. Spiegel III, was a distant relation of the Spiegel catalog family, and founded APM Management Consultants. His mother, Sandra L. Granzow, is a writer, communications consultant in developing countries and his brother, Sam Squeak E. Clean Spiegel, is a producer and DJ. He also has a sister, Julia and his father was from a German Jewish family, while his mother has German, Scottish, and English ancestry. Jonze attended the San Francisco Art Institute in San Francisco, California, when he was a junior in high school, Jonze spent time at a Bethesda community store, where the former owner Mike Henderson gave him his nickname Spike Jonze in reference to Spike Jones. He fronted Club Homeboy, an international BMX club, with Mark Lew Lewman and Andy Jenkins, the three also created the youth culture magazines Homeboy and Dirt. In 2006, he was nominated by the Directors Guild of America for Outstanding Achievement in Commercials in 2005 and he was nominated for a body of work that included Hello Tomorrow for Adidas, Lamp for IKEA, and Pardon Our Dust for The Gap. He was a producer and co-creator of MTV television series Jackass and Jackass, The Movie, also directing some of the segments. Jonze has acted in videos and films, his most prominent role was in Three Kings as the sweet, dimwitted, casually racist Conrad. Jonze was a co-founder and editor of Dirt magazine along with Mark Lewman and Andy Jenkins, as well as an editor for Grand Royal Magazine and senior photographer for Transworld Skateboarding. In the past, Jonze shot street skateboarding videos, most notably Blinds highly influential Video Days in 1991 and he co-directed the Girl Skateboards film Yeah Right. and the Chocolate Skateboards video Hot Chocolate. In the closing montage of Yeah Right. Spike is shown doing a nollie heelflip in loafers and he is co-owner of Girl Skateboards. Jonze has many alter egos, including Richard Koufey, the leader of the Torrance Community Dance Group, the Koufey persona appeared when Jonze, in character, filmed himself dancing to Fatboy Slims The Rockafeller Skank as it played on a boom box in a public area
8. Joseph Kahn – Ahn Jun-hee, known professionally as Joseph Kahn, is a Korean American film and music video director. Kahn was born Ahn Jun-hee in Busan, South Korea and his family moved to Jersey Village, Texas, a suburb of Houston, when Joseph was three. After graduating from Jersey Village High School in 1990, Kahn went to New York Universitys Tisch School of the Arts and he later dropped out after one year to direct music videos. In 1999, Kahn started his own company with Chris Lee, SuperMega Media. Kahn has worked with artists such as Lady Gaga, Shakira, Aaliyah. In 2002, Kahn won his first Grammy for Eminems Without Me video which won the MTV VMAs Best Video of the Year. His video for Katy Perry Waking Up In Vegas won the MVPA2009 Best Video of the Year, kahns usage of Japanese pop culture in music videos first began with Janet Jacksons Doesnt Really Matter video. The video was also the most expensive video Kahn has directed and is among the most expensive of all time, in 2014, Kahn was given The Icon Award by the UK Music Video Awards. In 2015, Kahn directed MTVs choices for Video of the Year, Best Pop Video, Best Female Video and he won the Grammy Award for Best Music Video of 2015 for Taylor Swifts Bad Blood ft. Kendrick Lamar. Kahn also directed the 2004 action film Torque starring Ice Cube, in May 2007 it was announced that he would direct an adaptation of William Gibsons science fiction classic, Neuromancer for producer Peter Hoffman. On May 7,2010 Fangoria reported that Vincenzo Natali, the director of Cube and Splice, had taken over directing duties, in 2010 Kahn directed the low-budget, self-financed horror comedy Detention. After winning a number of audience favorite awards on the festival circuit
9. Marc Klasfeld – Marc Klasfeld is an American music video director. His hit video for Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth’s See You Again is not only the first Hip Hop video to ever reach 2 billion views on YouTube and it is currently the 2nd most viewed music video ever behind Psys Gangnam Style. He is also a director of commercials for Target, Nike, NFL, NBA, Motorola, Reebok, Cartoon Network. On March 29,2010 Klasfeld released a video of an elementary school reenactment of the Al Pacino film Scarface. It was a sensation that was featured on CNN, CBS, ABC, NBC. Klasfeld made his film writing and directorial debut in 2005 with The L. A. Riot Spectacular. He has also directed for the HBO show Oz and he is a graduate of NYUs Tisch School of the Arts. Official site Official site at Rockhard Marc Klasfeld at the Internet Movie Database
10. David LaChapelle – David LaChapelle is an American commercial photographer, fine-art photographer, music video director, film director, and artist. He is best known for his photography, which often references art history and his photographic style has been described as hyper-real and slyly subversive and as kitsch pop surrealism. Once called the Fellini of photography, LaChapelle has worked for publications and has had his work exhibited commercial galleries. David LaChapelle was born in Hartford, Connecticut and lived there until he was nine years old, then he moved to North Carolina with his family, where they lived until he was fourteen, before moving back to Fairfield, Connecticut. He has said to have loved the public schools in Connecticut and thrived in their art program as a child and teenager and he also attended the North Carolina School of the Arts and School of Visual Arts in New York City. His first photograph was of his mother, Helga LaChapelle, on a vacation in Puerto Rico. He was bullied in his North Carolina school for being gay, when he was 15 years old, he ran away from home to become a busboy at Studio 54 in New York City. Eventually he returned to North Carolina to enroll in the North Carolina School of Arts, LaChapelle was affiliated in the 1980s with 303 Gallery which also exhibited artists such as Doug Aitken and Karen Kilimnik. After people from Interview magazine saw his work exhibited, LaChapelle was offered to work for the magazine, when LaChapelle was 17 years old, he met Andy Warhol, who hired him as a photographer for Interview. Warhol reportedly told LaChapelle Do whatever you want, just make sure everybody looks good. LaChapelles friends during this period included Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat and they are full of juicy life. In 1995 David LaChapelle shot the famous kissing sailors advertisement for Diesel and it was staged at the peace celebration of World War II and became one of the first public advertisements showing a gay or lesbian couple kissing. In a long article published by Frieze in 1996, the advertisement was credited for its tone of heavy-handed humor. Themes in LaChapelles art photography, which he has developed in his Maui home, include salvation, redemption, paradise and it is clear that LaChapelles moving in this, new direction highlights his interest and understanding of both contemporary practice and art history. LaChapelles images both bizarre and gorgeous have forged a style that is unique, original, and perfectly unmistakeable. His photographs have been collected in a number of books, LaChapelle Land was selected as one of 101 Seminal Photographic Books of the Twentieth Century and is highly valued by collectors. His second book, Hotel LaChapelle, was described as a garish, sexy, heaven to Hell featured almost twice as many images as its predecessors, and is an explosive compilation of new work by the visionary photographer. LaChapelle, Artists and Prostitutes, a limited-edition, signed, numbered book 19.7 inches high and 13.6 inches wide, Artists and Prostitutes was published by Taschen and includes a photograph of the publisher Benedikt Taschen in a sadomasochism scene
11. Francis Lawrence – Francis Lawrence is an American filmmaker and producer, who has worked on films, television shows, and music videos. He is best known for directing three of the four films in the Hunger Games film series, Lawrence was born to American parents in Vienna, Austria. His father is a Theoretical Physicist who taught at California State University, Northridge and he moved to Los Angeles at the age of three. Lawrence worked as 2nd assistant camera on the feature Pump Up the Volume directed by Allan Moyle prior to earning his bachelors degree in production at Loyola Marymount University Film School. He went on to work as first AD on the feature Marching out of Time directed by Anton Vassil in 1993, Francis Lawrence then joined ex-classmate Michael Jason Rosen in co-directing music videos. Lawrence directed his first music videos for the San Jose band, Rosen and Lawrence made the two videos for a total of $3,000 with DP Jeffrey Michael Cutter, another ex-classmate, shooting for them. Lawrence, Rosen and Cutter also made a video for Michael Blakey, president of Atico Records and Tidal Force drummer for that bands single, soon, Lawrence became known for his original and imaginative music video scripts and visual directing style. In 2005, his film debut was Constantine based on the Hellblazer comic book. In 2007, he directed I Am Legend, with Will Smith, in 2011, he directed Water for Elephants. In 2012, Lawrence directed and executive produced the episode of the Fox paranormal series. He is currently signed to DNA Inc, in 2011, he won a Grammy Award for Best Music Video, Short Form for directing Lady Gagas Bad Romance music video. In April 2012, Lionsgate Films announced that Lawrence had been selected to direct the adaptation of the novel Catching Fire. The book and film were the sequel to the hit, The Hunger Games. This film adaptation of The Hunger Games was directed by Gary Ross, Lawrence was officially confirmed as the director for the film on May 3,2012. He returned to direct the two parts of the series, The Hunger Games, Mockingjay – Part 1 and Part 2. Lawrence is currently working on an adaptation of the novel Survivor by Chuck Palahnuik. He is set to direct Red Sparrow, based on a book by Jason Matthews, the Hunger Games Jennifer Lawrence and Joel Edgerton star. Francis Lawrence at the Internet Movie Database Francis Lawrence at the mvdbase. com Biografie of Francis Lawrence at The New York Times
12. Spike Lee filmography – Spike Lee is an American film director, producer, writer, and actor, noted for his films that deal with controversial social and political issues. Lees films are referred to as Spike Lee Joints and the closing credits always end with the phrases By Any Means Necessary, Ya Dig. Lees first feature-film Shes Gotta Have It was released three years later in 1986, Lee directed, produced, wrote, and acted in his first three feature-films, Shes Gotta Have It, School Daze, and Do the Right Thing. Lee has starred or acted in many of his own films, including the role of Mars Blackmon, in addition to his feature-film credits, Lee has directed a number of music videos by artists such as Prince, Michael Jackson, Anita Baker and Eminem. He has also directed videos for songs featured in films he has directed, including Fight the Power by Public Enemy. Spike Lee has been interviewed or appeared as a guest in numerous documentaries, general Specific Spike Lee at the Internet Movie Database
13. Michael Lindsay-Hogg – Sir Michael Edward Lindsay-Hogg, 5th Baronet is an American television, film, music video, and theater director. Beginning his career in British television, Lindsay-Hogg became a pioneer in video production, directing promotional films by the Beatles. Following his work with bands, he branched out into film and theater, while still maintaining successful careers in television. Michael Lindsay-Hogg was born in New York City to actress Geraldine Fitzgerald, for most of his early life, he understood that his father was Fitzgeralds husband, Sir Edward Lindsay-Hogg, to whom she was married until 1946. Fitzgerald evaded the subject for the rest of her life, Lindsay-Hogg knew Welles, worked with him in the theatre and met him at intervals throughout Welless life. After he learned that Welless oldest daughter Chris, his playmate, had long suspected that he was her brother. In his 2011 autobiography Lindsay-Hogg reported that his questions were resolved by his mothers close friend Gloria Vanderbilt, lindsay-Hoggs step-father was American businessman Stuart Scheftel, who married Fitzgerald in 1946. Lindsay-Hogg began his career in 1965, directing episodes of the British pop programme Ready Steady Go, featuring artists such as the Rolling Stones, the Yardbirds, and the Who. He directed episodes of Blackmail, The Informer, A Man of Our Times, Half Hour Story, and The Company of Five and he served as the series director of The Ronnie Barker Playhouse in 1968. In 1969, an episode of the science fiction anthology Journey to the Unknown that Lindsay-Hogg directed was released as part of a TV movie, through his work on Ready Steady Go. Lindsay-Hogg became acquainted with some of the top artists of the day. His work on these and other films led Camerimage to award him a retrospective Music Video Pioneer award in 2012, the Rolling Stones liked his work, and he was approached in 1968 to direct a full-length television special. Lindsay-Hogg conceived The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus, featuring the Stones, the band was not completely satisfied with the result, and the film would not see release until 1996. Lindsay-Hogg was hired by the Beatles to direct a film, originally conceived as a television special, Get Back was to feature footage of the Beatles recording a new album and rehearsing for a concert appearance. However, the sessions were extremely acrimonious, and the film, the Beatles returned to the project, and released the newly retitled Let It Be along with an album of the same name. Following Let It Be, Lindsay-Hogg continued his work in UK television and his second feature film, as director Nasty Habits, is a comedy satire of the Watergate scandal. His third theatrical film, The Sound of Murder, was released in 1982, Lindsay-Hogg continued directing music videos throughout the 1970s, including many for the Rolling Stones and Paul McCartney and Wings. In 1985, he directed the video for Whitney Houstons single You Give Good Love
14. John Lloyd Miller – John Lloyd Miller is an American filmmaker who has directed, produced and/or written music videos, short films, features, documentaries, commercials and television programming. Miller has worked in every aspect of the film and television business as a director. He began his career attending the graduate film production program at the University of Southern California. Miller attended USC Film School with such notables as Jay Roach, Greg Beeman, Miller served aboard the USS Nitro as a decorated member of X Division. After the Navy Miller attended Northeastern University in Boston where Miller got his first taste of production by working as an editor and director for the television station. Miller graduated with honors and left for California to attend the MFA program at the University of Southern California. Millers work in music video has won awards, including video of the year awards for Billboard Magazine, MusicRow, ACM Awards, CMA Awards, Cine Golden Eagle. A six time CMA Award nominee, John Lloyd Miller is one of the top ten music video directors of all time. In 1999 Miller collaborated with music star Mark Collie to create what eventually became the critically acclaimed, award winning film. Millers has directed TV shows for HBO, VH1 and many more, as a screenwriter, Miller was contracted to write a series of three feature scripts for Dove Canyon Films. They include, “Saucer” an adaptation of New York Times Bestseller Stephen Coonts novel of the name, “Butterfly Kisses”. Miller is the founder of The AV Squad, his company in Tennessee. Miller is the father of twins, Jack and Ella, and resides primarily in Brentwood, Tennessee. W. Judd, Wives Do It All The Time Cledus T. Judd, Every Light in the House Is Blown Cledus T. T. Oslin, 80s Ladies K. T. & Mrs
15. Shomi Patwary videography – Mahfuzur Shomi Patwary is a Bengali American filmmaker, and co-founder of the creative collective Illusive Media based out of Virginia Beach, Virginia. While a student at Old Dominion University Patwary co-created the multimedia artists collective, Illusive Media, with his lifelong friend and classmate Philip Ly. Initially the group creating an web presence for underground artists. Through Illusive Media, Shomi has directed videos for several artists, his most notable and frequent collaborators are, A$AP Mob. Shomi Patwary and Illusive Media have directed videos for, Lupe Fiasco, Major Lazer, ASAP Rocky, Mark Ronson, Shomi is known for his guerrilla style of directing and editing often shooting, editing and releasing a complete project on the fly over a few days time. He is often credited alongside other Illusive Media artistic collaborators such as Phil Ly, Abe Vilchez-Moran, Robert Elliot Simmons, Tash Patwary, Charley Feher, Paolo Obcemane and Jay McCord. Shomis younger brother, Tash P. is a member of the VERYRVRE production team which has produced tracks for the hip hop collective A$AP Mob, the 2011 MTV Movie Awards listed the video as #4 on its Best Of playlist. After the 2010 Haiti earthquake Shomi teamed up with Robert Simmons Jay McCord, Kenna, Lupe Fiasco, the song was written and the music video was directed for free with all proceeds going to aid the Haiti disaster through Music for Relief. The music video received acclaim and became a YouTube viral hit due to its creative use of animating still photographs to create movement without losing the impact of the photo itself. In April 2012, Shomi was brought on board as an music video director. Shomi has worked with KarmaloopTV to help build the television and music video brand, in 2014, Shomi left his appointment with Karmaloop to join the editorial team at the FADER magazine. With the FADER he will oversee all video production as Senior Video Producer, Shomi Patwary was nominated in several categories in 2016s Much Music Awards for Belly’s video “Might Not” featuring The Weeknd. Video of the Year Alessia Cara, “Here, ” Directed by Aaron A, the Weeknd, “Might Not, ” Directed by Belly and Shomi Patwary Humans, “Water Water, ” Directed by Peter Ricq Majid Jordan f. Charli XCX, Tinashe - Drop That Kitty Mark Ronson feat, keyone Starr - I Cant Lose Keith Ape feat. Waka Flocka, Father, A$AP Ferg - IT G MA Goldlink - Sober Thoughts Belly ft, the Weeknd - Might Not Pusha T - ft. A$AP Rocky, The-Dream - M. P. A. A$AP Ferg ft. Future - New Level A$AP Mob - Yamborghini High A$AP Ferg ft, big Sean - World Is Mine A$AP Ferg ft