Savvy Curls

We love working with entrepreneurs so we were excited when Tammy Van Derver, the CEO and Founder of Savvy Curls approached us about shooting a commercial for her company.  She also wanted to capture some of the scenery of Park City Utah so it was nice shooting in our back yard…  You’ll soon see Savvy Curls everywhere so just remember you saw it here first!  🙂

 

Marie Osmond – Then There’s You

This was a fun one!  What can I say, Marie Osmond is a living legend and she was amazing to work with.  Ad Alex Boye to the mix and it was really an amazing time.  We were also lucky enough to have access to some iconic Las Vegas location to shoot this.

 

Felt Fashion Designer

Jenny Hill is a super talented designer who specializes in creating artistic clothes with felt.  She asked us to create a short video that explains her art and how she creates it.  This video on her Facebook page was viewed nearly 100,000 times in just the first week!  Needless to say she was pretty happy with the results.  🙂  Check out her work at jhillfelt.com

New Demo Reel

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The much anticipated GoBig Films 2015 Demo Reel is here!  Okay so maybe it wasn’t that anticipated, but we’re still proud of it!  We’re so lucky to have worked on some amazing projects with some equally amazing people and clients.  This year’s reel includes the #1 Pop Cover on YouTube for 2014 (Alex Boye’s music video of “Let It Go“), music videos for Robyn Cage, #1 Billboard artist Paul Cardall, Charley Jenkins (NBC’s Nashville Star), and fashion films for Haute Attitude Clothing, and much much more.

Burning Now Cinematic Remix

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Check out this brilliant cinematic remix of Robyn Cage’s “Burning Now” by Kristin Royal.  We revamped the intro and the color grading on the video for the remix version.  Its amazing how the music completely changes the feel of the video – so cool! 🙂

Behind the Scenes in Moab

Here are some behind the scenes images from a recent fashion film shoot in Moab Utah.  We shot in the rustic Apache Motel (in the room John Wayne used to stay in) and in the red rocks near the famous Slick Rock bike trail.  If you haven’t been to Moab, its simply one of the most amazing places on the planet – especially if you’re an adventure junkie like me… 🙂