We’re a Content Studio by Creators For Creators.
We believe our strength lies not just in our own abilities, but in true collaboration and partnership. We set our sights on capturing authentic voices and creating meaningful stories.
ESPN CreativeWorks & State FarmThe Last Dance
ESPN CreativeWorks and State Farm asked us to come up with a way to take retro footage of Kenny Mayne and have him predict that The Last Dance would be made in 2020. The project was given the green light after Director/Creative Director, Shaun Collings, developed a test spot that merged new footage of Kenny with footage from 1988.
Real Heroes Wear Masks PSA
Like many creatives stuck at home, we too are trying to figure out ways we can help. So we partnered with our friends at BicMedia to reimagine what a hero looks like, and we are dedicating this video to the real heroes on the frontlines: healthcare workers, public transportation workers, grocery store workers, law enforcement, and many more in dire need of PPE.
Kids at Philadelphia’s Young Scholars school were asked to login to the weekly zoom call when they were surprised by the additional attendees. With six prep days, ﬁve dropkits, ﬁve cities, and three time zones, we orchestrated a large scale prank involving celebrities Shaquille O’Neal, Candace Parker, and a motion capture live Tony the Tiger.
MLBOpening Day Together
MLB reached out to ArtClass with an edit-based brief for their opening day spot this year. We worked extremely fast and closely with the creatives at MLB taking this concept from ideation to air in 6 days. Our editor pulled from a range of footage: MLB game day, user generated content and fan footage recorded at home during social distancing in response to our casting call.
MLBWe Play Loud
Artclass sourced footage from MLB to find relevant archival footage and current footage from the MLB season in order to construct the narrative of the story. Working with Westley Sarokin overseeing VFX, we selected clips from current and archival gameplay that were shot at similar angles in order to combine plates to composite current baseball players into old game footage.