Our team loves working on music videos and we’ve produced quite a few of them. We’ve been able to write about our experiences in a series of blogs. In this section, you’ll find a range of content from behind the scenes looks at our sets to commentary and tips. Do you want to know how we problem-solve under pressure? Give our blog The Case of the Missing Artist a read.
Is it possible to make a music video when the artist goes AWOL? The answer is yes, if you get creative.
Ever go down the rabbit hole of music videos and discover someone totally new? I did it, and here’s how I ended up strangely obsessed with Bhad Bhabie.
Rapper 16OS had something special with his poem, “Beauty.” We had to find the right approach to body image and self-doubt in a unique not-quite-music video.
We so proud of this music video. We shot with a steadi-cam and did some subtle visual effects in post-production to make this “single take” video for 16OS’ 3’s company.
How many family videos do you have taking up space on your phone? Do something with them like this dad did.
Get a little history, a lot of music and some production tips as we take you behind the scenes of the making of rapper P-Dash’s music video, “George Stinney.”
Music videos offer so much space for creativity, like using full-body paint. See what we mean. Check out a behind-the-scenes look at The Armory’s If I Ever video.
Three music video directors come together to share their experiences, successes and advice on this episode of ECG’s enlightening podcast, The Naked Unicorn.
Get inside the head of a recording artist! Rapper P-Dash talked with us about the inspiration behind his song, George Stinney, and the music video that accompanies it.
Music videos cost more than $500 to make. This fact blew a few minds, so we dove deep into all the jobs on set, what they do, why they matter, and why they’re not for free.