We teamed up with SF Travel to show how the Moscone Center in San Francisco meets the needs of it’s attendees by continuously upgrading it’s facilities, contributing to the improvement of surrounding areas, and providing support to those who seek entertainment after the main events.
During the initial development of this piece, Editor and Director Edgar Ayala had a vision for the soundtrack, and it had to be Gqom, a genre of electronic dance music that emerged in the early 2010s from Durban, South Africa. It developed out of South African house music, kwaito techno. However, there was little to […]
In the Summer of 2019, Krip-Hop Nation hosted the Bay Area African Disabled Artists Festival, and asked us to make a small recap of the events which took place over the course of a week. Krip-Hop Nation’s Mission is to educate the music, media industries and general public about the talents, history, rights and marketability […]
Stop Waste and BayREN contacted us for a second time to help them create a video that shows how energy efficient upgrades to the Ambassador Hotel in San Francisco have helped improve the quality of life of it’s tenants through more powerful lighting, heating, and by lowering costs.
We struggled with cuteness overload as we filmed a group of elementary students who participated in the Port of Oakland’s Naturalist Program. The challenge was capturing multiple groups of students on the go and ensuring that we only filmed students and staff who wanted to be filmed.
After a 53 year career, the Port Of Oakland’s Chris Lytle has retired. We were asked to create a video to honor his hard work and recognize his impact on the port.