What do trees know that we don't? 13-year-old inventor Aidan realized that trees use a mathematical formula to gather sunlight in crowded forests. Then he wondered why we don’t collect solar energy in the same way.
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Director: Albert Maysles
Producer: Susan Carragher
Associate Producers: Ted Lambert & K.A. Dilday
Editor: Rob Hall
Camera: Albert Maysles
Assistant Camera: Nick Canfield & Nelson Walker
Titles: Nol Honig
Special Thanks: The Dwyer Family,
Dr. Rosamond Kinzler, Senior Director, Dept. of Education at The American Museum of Natural History
Blend presents: Albert Omoss as one of our speakers!
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A conference-style party for our creative, design and animation loving family with some of the most amazing doers and makers.
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Filmed all over the world, spanning an entire year, this is the excess footage of Albert Nyberg from etnies Presents: AB&A.
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An animated alphabetical adventure about the highs and lows of parenting.
Please also check out the accompanying site: www.aisforalbert.com
Like all side projects this has taken ten times as long as I thought it would, about three years to be more specific.
I put that down to the unforeseen issue of having to use all 26 letters in the alphabet, and secondly I've just been busy. It turns out the little man who inspired the whole thing is pretty demanding timewise, compounded by the fact that somehow that one little man became two. On top of that I’ve been trying to build a design agency (www.studiolovelock.com). It turns out that's pretty time consuming too.
Truth be told I'm not entirely happy with it, but I’m proud of the fact that I've managed to finish it and can finally move on to something new. I’m also proud of the two little champions that inspired it. Their mum's pretty awesome too.
The 15 minute full length documentary of Master Photographer, Albert Watson shooting the legendary Neiman Marcus Fall 2010 'Art of Fashion' campaign. The piece is the first ever presentation of Watson on set - with exclusive interviews and insight to all that goes into creating this iconic campaign.
15 Min Version with in-depth interviews of Albert Watson.
Directed by: Margo Weathers
Filmed by: Chris Rupert
Production by: Stacy Volgwell
See end credits for complete list.
A character driven, feature documentary about recovery from addiction. Following the life and work of Recovery Consultant Jon Roberts over a period of three years. Jon is a recovering addict himself, if he can get well so can Ian and Gary; it’s get well or die trying.
“In rehab, one of the things they asked me to do was write a letter saying goodbye to the addict within. Usually these letters start Dear Addict. When I went back to read it I realised that I had written Dear Albert. At that moment I started to understand what was really going on; that my drug use had become part of an elaborate lie. From that moment I decided that I didn't want to be Albert anymore.”
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Albert is a machine. Most, if not all of these clips, were filmed while Albert was on lunch break from his job at Walmart. The only way to describe it would be absolute dedication.
Filmed by Andre Gonzalez
Edited by Albert Mercado
'Albert, Ernest & the Titanic' is a letterpress printed book which tells the story of Titanic's on board printers as they travel on her doomed maiden voyage. Shot one evening during the final stages of production on location at Distillers Press, NCAD, Dublin.
Art Direction: Jamie Murphy
Photography: Rich Gilligan
Music: 'Heart' by Mmoths
Edit: Alex Bradley
I was asked to design an animation to promote the contents available on both La7 channel and Telecom Cubovision devices. It had to be short, visually related to the contents (in this case the award winning film Albert Nobbs) and compatible with both La7 and Telecom Cubovision's brands. The style and structure had to be flexible in order to be refreshed with other movies.
The first part introduces the well known film and should tease the audience to watch it, followed by the first endboard with the appointment on La7 channel. Then a transition shows all the Cubovision's devices and leads to the cubovision's website and payoff.
More info on www.watermelon.it