I love shooting in factories. ’nuff said. I will shoot industrial/commercial still photography and/or video where you make your goods, too. I also work well in tech labs, kitchens, and breweries!!! CREDITS: Producer: Aimee Gelston (Strategic Images), Writer: Danny Evans (Punch Creative), Director of Photography/Editor/Animator: Jesse Colaizzi (Jesse Colaizzi Productions). Shot with a Canon 7d. Created in post using Adobe Production Premium.
This bit is part of a 25-part multilingual “Welcome to Pittsburgh” video series, welcoming delegates from all over the world to Pittsburgh for the 2009 G-20 Summit. These videos where made to run throughout the City of Pittsburgh in public areas, outdoors on video billboards, and at the Pittsburgh International Airport on the passenger trams. The Allegheny Conference for Community Development and Point Park University commissioned me to direct, shoot, edit, and design some very basic (low budget) open/close animations for this video, and the others in its series.
I’m proud to say that this industrial video went far beyond the Aluminum Association’s expectations. In my opinion, it’s not hard to keep a dry and lengthy subject matter enjoyable to watch with an upbeat pace. That’s my goal with every project like this one. For this production, we worked with employees at the manufacturing site as actors, on location at Ampal, Inc. in Palmerton, PA. CREDITS: The script was primarily written by the Aluminum Association. Producer: Jay Mitchell (Yearick-Millea), Director of Photography/Editor/Animator: Jesse Colaizzi (Jesse Colaizzi Productions). Shot with a Canon 7d. Made in post using Adobe Production Premium.
We had a lot of fun shooting this guy. Strategic Images provided the creative direction for this and two companion TV spots during Beano’s Fall 2011 campaign. CREDITS: Creative Director: Chris Visgitis (Strategic Images), Writer: Danny Evans (Punch Creative), Director of Photography/Editor/Animator: Jesse Colaizzi (Jesse Colaizzi Productions). Shot on a Red ONE, MysteriumX with Red’s Red-Pro Prime Lenses. Edited Using Adobe Production Premium.