Every company has an identity. That identity is represented by a certain type of branding. Just recently, a few months ago we realized that we needed to rebrand due to the overly complicated identity we had. It’s important to get it right from the beginning, so you’re not stuck “Pepsi’ing” your way through business.
It has been a while. And we have been hard at work with multiple clients at the same time. This time, I will let the video do all the talking. This was a music video we made for a talented collection of individuals that go by AdrienneO.
Let us know what you think of the video in the comments below.
Camouflage explores the mind of a mentally unstable twenty-year-old suffering from the consequences of bullying and sexual repression.
This project isn’t necessarily associated with Perplexity Pictures, however, one of our good friends Kyle T. Cowan has started this venture to create a film that focuses on important issues. He has asked one of the members of the Perplexity team, George V.K., to head the camera department as Director of photography. Currently, the film is in the development and pre-production phases. We are raising the funds in order to make this film come to life. So please take a quick moment to visit their kickstarter page and perhaps donate as much as you can to this great cause. Read more about the project on the kickstarter page and watch the video that clearly outlines the mission, content and purpose. Until next time.
Just wanted to update everyone that the quickly growing phenomenon known as “Hipster! The Musical” presented by Big Vision Industries is now in association with Perplexity Pictures! ‘Hipster! The Musical’ is an up-and-coming musical-comedy all about fixed gear bikes, horn-rimmed glasses, and embracing who you really are…through song!
You never think it could happen to you. I didn’t think so either. After a great week of countless happy circumstance (one of which was getting hired by Apple, ironically enough) I found myself being rid of the device, gifted to me by my father, that was going to make my professional filmmaking career, and I had no choice about it. Read on to find out how to avoid what happened to me.