Just curious, for the majority of your shoots do you use any type of lighting (like a bounce or tweenies) or just just natural lighting? Your work is amazing by the way!! You are one of my favorite artists hands down!
There’s been a few times where lights were needed, and used. Including tweenies and a bounce…especially on stage. But it’s rare. There is no better light than natural light, period. What the sun gives you, is all you need. Thanks for the compliment !
Do you have any plans to go into artist/career consulting in the future? From the outside looking in, you seem to have a plethora of knowledge in terms of putting out music and managing a musician's career the right way. Would absolutely love to work with you on that front.
Artist consulting, management, marketing, and branding…is a large part of what I already do, in visual form. But there will be a point in time where that’s a separate section of the company.
Hey sir. First off, I am a big fan of your work. I can see why the brand is "Top Shelf" because that's exactly what it is. As an artist who is looking to start a campaign on his project, and has assembled a manager, a producer, etc. How would he go about gaining some PR? What PR firms would you suggest for serious musicians who are serious about their craft? Thank you.
PR firms ?! Have no clue. The greatest PR is word of mouth. The streets. Let the content speak for itself. Once people start checking and asking for you, then you can look to acquire some PR.
This isn't a question, so I hope you don't mind. I just wanted to compliment your videos, I love how you work with people whose music you genuinely enjoy & share a vision with. The chemistry shows through in your videos because they're all amazing.
Thank you ! Appreciate that. Chemistry is key. Huge factor in the creative process. Feels great to work with friends or even artists that make music I enjoy.
¤ In Pac Div's "Posted" video, are the slick pans and camera movements direct from the shoot, or were they done in post? Especially in Like's verse and as the video ends, looks like a mix of both to my eyes.
Good question. But everything was done in camera. On set.