DC on Film Row - Teaser

A Free Event Space for the Creative Community!

video405 was approached by Dunlap Codding, a patent, copyright, & trademark law firm in Oklahoma City, to create a video to promote their free event space to the creative community. This 1:00m internet spot is the first in a series of videos Indian Head will produce. For more information, go to dcfilmrow.com.

Music: Podington Bear Song: Fives soundofpicture.com


Video production made with pride in Oklahoma.

Moore Love OK - Tornado Benefit Concert

Staying #MooreStrong

Moore Love OK is a tornado benefit concert on August 24 at 7pm in the Bricktown Hotel & Convention Center.

For more information go to http://www.mooreloveok.org.

Video production made with pride in Oklahoma.

Barre 3 - Classen Curve

 From the Archives...

This commercial is cut from a previous project at Barre 3 for KFOR's Marketplace website.

Music: Podington Bear Song: Lola soundofpicture.com

Video production made with pride in Oklahoma.

Doritos - Time Machine

Snacking on Oklahoma Video Production.

This project was pure fun. Although it is not a proper spec spot or entry for the Crash the Super Bowl contest, it's a script I wrote a while ago that I've been wanting to do. The biggest challenge was the shooting the plates for when all four version  Brian Gililland's and Brandon Holly's characters were on screen at the same time.

Jacob Burns supplied the robot from his fantastic Captain Thunder web series. I got a lot of the props from Toy'R'Us. The scientific glasses were an impulse buy and I love the absurdity it added to the whole piece. We used dry ice to create smoking lab projects.

I was very very happy with how it turned out. I will do some proper specs in 2013 as I set my sights at becoming a national commercial director.

Ravenswood Poptent Contest

Mixing wine with Oklahoma video production.

I did this spot for the Ravenswood Wine contest on Poptent.net and to add to my directing reel.  Special thanks to my friend Heather Mickley and her grandparents for the use of their farm. I found out about the contest 36 hours before the deadline. With no time to throw together a full cast and crew, Heather and I just went for broke to see if we could pull it off in time. Ultimately, I would have loved to have an actor to play the 'wine taster' instead of me. However, Heather's grandfather and uncle did a great job.