New video for The Chordaes from NYC. We shot at Nu Blue New York, Grumpy’s Bar NE, Draft Horse NE, and Mark Wojahn‘s studio Minneapolis. Cinematography by Isaac Gale, Theo Stanley and me.
NPR article on the new video for Pokey LaFarge “Must be a Reason”
One continuous take (sort-of). It was a blast to shoot and hangout with Pokey and his St. Louis pals.
Post production and color by Pixel Farm Mpls
DP Patrick Pierson
New video for Pokey LaFarge, a swell guy from St. Louis. A song about the tragedy in Ferguson. We shot this in Pokey’s warehouse space.
DP: Patrick Pierson, Producer: Nate Burrell, Color: Oscar Oboza
A new video for Afghan Whigs featuring Har Mar Superstar. Shot in Minneapolis and First Ave.
Director: Philip Harder
Video Production House: Philip Harder Inc.
Video Producer: Senay Matewos
Editor: Philip Harder
Director of Photography: Patrick Pierson
Assistant Director: Mark Har
Art Director / Wardrobe: Isabelle Harder
Choreographer: John Mark
Playback: Erik Helgeson
Makeup: Dina Dainty
Production Assistant: Anthony Aigbogun
Colorist: Oscar Oboza
AC: Martin Wheeler
2017 Minneapolis film fest. We showed a sneak peak of our new feature film about Albert Milgrom. At age 95 Milgrom has 4 movies in the works. “Work In Progress” follows Milgrom through cinema history: his first memories of silent Charlie Chaplin movies, a young man in WWII, the french New Wave, and 50 years of programming the U Film Society and festival.
We watch Milgrom as he edits 16mm reels he shot behind the Soviet Union iron curtain in 1959. The film teaser screening was by Philip Harder & Mike Dust. Mark Wojahn‘s quote- “This is pretty close to capturing the essence of man himself. Can’t wait to see the final cut.”
Music video in New York with the talented DPs Theo and Frank Stanley. The video has been described as post election commentary.
A day on the Mississippi shooting with Har Mar. Patrick Pierson cinematographer,Isabelle Harder Art director, Michael Dust AD, David Salmela boat operator.
Check out the case study of our Polica event on the Mississippi River against lead air pollution
We projected 60 thousand watts of digital graffiti on the 5 story factory building of the polluter, as Polica played on a houseboat in front of the factory.
Here’s a sample reel made with my work.
All post work shown was done by Pixel Farm.