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1. Martine - IF

Martine - IF

Official Music Video, Directed by Cory Hill and Martine Gutierrez 'IF' single on debut 'Blame The Rain-EP' out Sep 1st 2013


2. ECKHAUS LATTA x CAMPER - ISLAND

ECKHAUS LATTA x CAMPER -  ISLAND

starring Hari Nef and Martine Gutierrez


3. HOLO C (FEAT. MARTÍNE) /// SPIRIT GUIDE

  • Published: 2013-01-30T17:48:44+00:00
  • Duration: 223
  • By Theo Anthony
HOLO C (FEAT. MARTÍNE) /// SPIRIT GUIDE

Directed & Animated by Theo Anthony http://proxydreams.net/ "Holo C (feat. Martíne)" by Spirit Guide Co-Produced by Martine Gutierrez & Sina Sohrab https://soundcloud.com/whereismyspiritguide HOLO C EP OUT NOW: http://ounce.bandcamp.com/album/holo-c-ep Ounce Records™, 2013 http://ounce.bandcamp.com/ Special thanks to: Alessandro Zavattero http://www.youtube.com/user/AlexFreeStockVideo Dark Saint Studios http://www.youtube.com/user/DarkSaintStudios 2K!3.


4. Martine - HEAD 2 TOE

Martine - HEAD 2 TOE

'Head 2 Toe' music video from performance artist and music producer Martín Gutierrez aka MARTINE. Debut EP out June 1st. Made in collaboration with Sisters Weekend. http://sistersweekendfilm.com Sisters Weekend is Angelo Balassone, Michael Fails, and Kat Tedesco CREW Director of Photography - Alex Waterston VFX - Darian Brenner, Alex Waterston Production Assistants - Abigail Killheffer, Benjamin Duff, Annabeth Faucher, Amanda Hanna-McLeer, Guy Kozak, Sarah Nikdel, Big Ang, Gina Tavone FEATURING Amalia Gutierrez, DJ Black, José Gutierrez, Keely Thomas-Menter, Natasha Diamond-Walker, Lila Ash, Laurie Piscopiello, Cory Everett Wells, Linh Nguyen, John Sgambato, Dan Baek, Karl D'Souza, Thomas Chavez EP - Head 2 Toe 2015


5. Martine pt.I

Martine pt.I

Martin(e).TV originated as an ongoing video journal produced solely by artist Martine Gutierrez while in undergrad at the Rhode Island School of Design. Known for constructing perforative reimaginings of identity and personal narrative, the video series marks her own intimate transformation from Martín to Martine. First shown in 2013 at RYAN LEE Gallery in New York, the nine part series documents the artists queer adolescence before publicly transitioning in 2016 when the series was finished.


6. Third Eye Film Festival 2016 Teaser

  • Published: 2016-12-04T22:32:48+00:00
  • Duration: 20
  • By darian
Third Eye Film Festival 2016 Teaser

Music: "IF" by Martine Gutierrez


7. Martine pt.II

Martine pt.II

Martin(e).TV originated as an ongoing video journal produced solely by artist Martine Gutierrez while in undergrad at the Rhode Island School of Design. Known for constructing perforative reimaginings of identity and personal narrative, the video series marks her own intimate transformation from Martín to Martine. First shown in 2013 at RYAN LEE Gallery in New York, the nine part series documents the artists queer adolescence before publicly transitioning in 2016 when the series was finished.


8. Martine Part IV-IX Teaser

Martine Part IV-IX Teaser

Martin(e).TV originated as an ongoing video journal produced solely by artist Martine Gutierrez while in undergrad at the Rhode Island School of Design. Known for constructing perforative reimaginings of identity and personal narrative, the video series marks her own intimate transformation from Martín to Martine. First shown in 2013 at RYAN LEE Gallery in New York, the nine part series documents the artists queer adolescence before publicly transitioning in 2016 when the series was finished.


9. Dr. Martin Gutierrez and Dominick Carbone

Dr. Martin Gutierrez and Dominick Carbone

Dr. Martin Gutierrez and Dominick Carbone discuss clinical trials at the John Theurer Cancer center at Hackensack University Medical Center. © Michael Del Rossi and Robert Lieberman


10. Martine pt.VI

Martine pt.VI

Martin(e).TV originated as an ongoing video journal produced solely by artist Martine Gutierrez while in undergrad at the Rhode Island School of Design. Known for constructing perforative reimaginings of identity and personal narrative, the video series marks her own intimate transformation from Martín to Martine. First shown in 2013 at RYAN LEE Gallery in New York, the nine part series documents the artists queer adolescence before publicly transitioning in 2016 when the series was finished.


11. Magnum White

Magnum White

Get ready to beat the summer heat! Check out this online ad for Magnum PH starring Martine Cajucom, Janine Gutierrez, Raymond Gutierrez, and Sarah Lahbati. #neverstopplaying A big thank you to everyone involved! Client: Magnum Philippines Agency: Bridges PR Production House: Seabiscuit Films Directed by Apa Agbayani Executive Producer: Jobed Nadonga Director of Photography: Martika Ramirez Escobar Production Design by Rielle Ramos Wardrobe Styling by Andie Yulo Javelosa Production Manager: Roanne Aujero Editor/Colorist: Lorraine Santos Camera Operator: Jiro Orduña Interns: Sheila Montero Aligway and Claude IX De Jesus Lights: CineJepoy Utility: Jun Gallo Special thanks to: First United Building Corp. Arts Serrano of One/zero Reymart Cerin and Vince África of The Public School Manila Ej Constantino of Manila Who


12. Magnum Red

Magnum Red

It's going to be a red hot summer for Magnum Red! Starring Martine Cajucom, Janine Gutierrez, Raymond Gutierrez, and Sarah Lahbati. We had so much fun working with this team Client: Magnum Philippines Agency: Bridges PR Production House: Seabiscuit Films Directed by Apa Agbayani Executive Producer: Jobed Nadonga Director of Photography: Martika Ramirez Escobar Production Design by Rielle Ramos Wardrobe Styling by Andie Yulo Javelosa Production Manager: Roanne Aujero Editor/Colorist: Lorraine Santos Camera Operator: Jiro Orduña Interns: Sheila Montero Aligway and Claude IX De Jesus Lights: CineJepoy Utility: Jun Gallo Special thanks to: First United Building Corp. Arts Serrano of One/zero Reymart Cerin and Vince África of The Public School Manila Ej Constantino of Manila Who


13. Martine pt.IV

Martine pt.IV

Martin(e).TV originated as an ongoing video journal produced solely by artist Martine Gutierrez while in undergrad at the Rhode Island School of Design. Known for constructing perforative reimaginings of identity and personal narrative, the video series marks her own intimate transformation from Martín to Martine. First shown in 2013 at RYAN LEE Gallery in New York, the nine part series documents the artists queer adolescence before publicly transitioning in 2016 when the series was finished.


14. Magnum #NeverStopPlaying - White Almond

  • Published: 2017-03-23T08:11:40+00:00
  • Duration: 54
  • By Apa Agbayani
Magnum #NeverStopPlaying - White Almond

Starring Martine Cajucom, Janine Gutierrez, Raymond Gutierrez and Sarah Lahbati Client: Magnum / Unilever Philippines Agency: Bridges PR Production House: Seabiscuit Films Directed by Apa Agbayani Executive Producer: Jobed Nadonga Director of Photography: Martika Ramirez Escobar Production Design by Rielle Ramos Wardrobe Styling by Andie Javelosa Production Manager: Roanne Aujero Edited and Colored by Lorraine Santos Camera Operator: Jiro Orduña Interns: Sheila Aligway and IX De Jesus Lights: CineJepoy Utility: Jun Gallo Special thanks to: First United Building Corp. Arts Serrano of One/Zero Reymart Cerin and Vince Africa of The Public School Manila EJ Constantino of Manila Who


15. The Stay Proud Project - Episode 8: MARRIAGE EQUALITY & BEYOND

  • Published: 2018-07-05T03:23:35+00:00
  • Duration: 118
  • By Ninja Goldfish
The Stay Proud Project - Episode 8: MARRIAGE EQUALITY & BEYOND

Achieving marriage equality in 2015 was a tremendous achievement for the LGBTQ+ community, but it’s not the finish line. We are not truly equal until all of us are equal - it’s time to remain vigilant, keep fighting, and above all, STAY PROUD. This is the final video in our initial series. We will continue to share stories from the interviews we recorded, though not on a specific schedule. Keep following - because pride isn’t just one month a year! Directed and Produced by Andrew Putschoegl Co-Directed and Co-Produced by Sam Harris Edited by Corey Ziemniak Music by Aaron Kenny Score Supervisor Arbel Bedak The Stay Proud Project would not have been possible without the generous support of The Los Angeles LGBT Center (losangeleslgbtcenter.org) in Los Angeles and GLAAD in New York City (glaad.org). LOS ANGELES Director of Photography Andrew Huebscher Production Manager Justine Baldwin Sound Mixer Blake Christian Hair and Makeup Kristin Forgy Martina Sykes Assistant Camera Melissa Martine Production Assistants Zach Noe Towers Brendan Haley Researcher Mark Espinosa NEW YORK Director of Photography Brandon Roots Sound Mixers Atom Pate Alan Kudan Assistant Camera Jonathan Arturo John Carges Hair and Makeup Aaron Felkowski Production Coordinators Sam Houston Jason Martino Production Assistants Andy Benavides Brendan Pinckney Logo Designed by Toni Sandoval Logo Animation by Billy Brooks FEATURING Ellie Desautels Jason Martino Will Sullivan Sejan Miah Brendan Haley Chris Panagakis Brendan Hooley Lori Ball Lisa Ginsberg Ashlee Marie Preston Steve Pieters Richard Saenz Tim Pinckney Madonna Cacciatore Robin McWilliams Todd Lien A Angeles Gary Hilborn Sonari Glinton Brandon Roots Brigette Montgomery Wallman Lauren Montgomery Wallman Mike Szymanski Victor Archuleta Steven Sprung Maya Jafer Togba Norris Sean Cruz Aaron Felkowski Marc Christensen Mariella Mosthof Joshua Rosales John Sylia Colin Brown Matt Chu Brettello Ryu Brian Michael Joe Baker Doria Biddle The Producers would like to thank: The Los Angeles LGBT Center Jon Imparato Kelly Freter Patricia Sutherland Nolan Cadena Kevin McClosky Jennifer Gutierrez GLAAD Sarah Kate Ellis Zeke Stokes Richie Allen Lambda Legal Brian Derrick The Center Mary Steyer Beth Braddock Caleb Lindley Trent Preszler Will Sullivan Derek Dodge Luther Creek Nicole Papincak Vincent Corazza Erin Lunsford Ryan Daly Brian McGinn Amy Gorton Joshua Traywick Bard Yden Sara Swaty Zach Noe Towers Jennifer Bardekoff Brendan Haley Chris Bryant Ryan Leslie Fisher @theaidsmemorial on Instagram Dylan Jones


16. The Stay Proud Project - Episode 1: PRIDE

The Stay Proud Project - Episode 1: PRIDE

A series of short videos dedicated to celebrating LGBTQ+ history as told through personal histories. Subscribe to be notified as we release new videos each week throughout June! Directed and Produced by Andrew Putschoegl Co-Directed and Co-Produced by Sam Harris Edited by Corey Ziemniak Music by Dallin Burns Score Supervisor Arbel Bedak The Stay Proud Project would not have been possible without the generous support of The Los Angeles LGBT Center (losangeleslgbtcenter.org) in Los Angeles and GLAAD in New York City (glaad.org). LOS ANGELES Director of Photography Andrew Huebscher Production Manager Tina Baldwin Sound Mixer Blake Christian Hair and Makeup Kristin Forgy Martina Sykes Assistant Camera Melissa Martine Production Assistants Zach Noe Towers Brendan Haley Researcher Mark Espinosa NEW YORK Director of Photography Brandon Roots Sound Mixers Atom Pate Alan Kudan Assistant Camera Jonathan Arturo John Carges Hair and Makeup Aaron Felkowski Production Coordinators Sam Houston Jason Martino Production Assistants Andy Benavides Brendan Pinckney Logo Designed by Toni Sandoval Logo Animation by Billy Brooks FEATURING Alexandra Billings Aaron Felkowski Rooney Simmonds Ashlee Marie Preston Mariella Mosthof Ellie Desautels Izzy Stannard Sam Houston LaLa Zannell Matthew Risch Nicco Annan Madonna Cacciatore Robin McWilliams Sejan Miah Charles Busch Tim Gunn The Producers would like to thank: The Los Angeles LGBT Center Jon Imparato Kelly Freter Patricia Sutherland Nolan Cadena Kevin McClosky Jennifer Gutierrez GLAAD Sarah Kate Ellis Zeke Stokes Richie Allen Lambda Legal Brian Derrick The Center Mary Steyer Beth Braddock Caleb Lindley Trent Preszler Will Sullivan Derek Dodge Luther Creek Nicole Papincak Vincent Corazza Erin Lunsford Ryan Daly Brian McGinn Amy Gorton Joshua Traywick Bard Yden Sara Swaty Zach Noe Towers Jennifer Bardekoff Brendan Haley Chris Bryant Ryan Leslie Fisher @theaidsmemorial on Instagram Dylan Jones


17. The Stay Proud Project - Episode 5: HOPE

The Stay Proud Project - Episode 5: HOPE

You are important, you are worthy, you are loved. If you or someone you know needs help, there are people who care about you who are ready to talk 24/7 at the numbers and websites below: The Trevor Project: 1-866-488-7386. You can also text or chat at thetrevorproject.org. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255. https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ You can text HOME to 741-741 for free, 24-hour support from the Crisis Text Line. https://www.crisistextline.org/ Outside of the U.S., please visit the International Association for Suicide Prevention for a database of resources. https://www.iasp.info/resources/Crisis_Centres/ Directed and Produced by Andrew Putschoegl Co-Directed and Co-Produced by Sam Harris Edited by Corey Ziemniak Music by David Gonzalez Score Supervisor Arbel Bedak The Stay Proud Project would not have been possible without the generous support of The Los Angeles LGBT Center (losangeleslgbtcenter.org) in Los Angeles and GLAAD in New York City (glaad.org). LOS ANGELES Director of Photography Andrew Huebscher Production Manager Justine Baldwin Sound Mixer Blake Christian Hair and Makeup Kristin Forgy Martina Sykes Assistant Camera Melissa Martine Production Assistants Zach Noe Towers Brendan Haley Researcher Mark Espinosa NEW YORK Director of Photography Brandon Roots Sound Mixers Atom Pate Alan Kudan Assistant Camera Jonathan Arturo John Carges Hair and Makeup Aaron Felkowski Production Coordinators Sam Houston Jason Martino Production Assistants Andy Benavides Brendan Pinckney Logo Designed by Toni Sandoval Logo Animation by Billy Brooks FEATURING Junior Amezcua Sean Cruz Brendan Haley Tim Gunn Maxwell Poth Julian Armaya The Producers would like to thank: The Los Angeles LGBT Center Jon Imparato Kelly Freter Patricia Sutherland Nolan Cadena Kevin McClosky Jennifer Gutierrez GLAAD Sarah Kate Ellis Zeke Stokes Richie Allen Lambda Legal Brian Derrick The Center Mary Steyer Beth Braddock The Trevor Project Calvin Stowell Caleb Lindley Trent Preszler Will Sullivan Derek Dodge Luther Creek Nicole Papincak Vincent Corazza Erin Lunsford Ryan Daly Brian McGinn Amy Gorton Joshua Traywick Bard Yden Sara Swaty Zach Noe Towers Jennifer Bardekoff Brendan Haley Chris Bryant Ryan Leslie Fisher @theaidsmemorial on Instagram Dylan Jones


18. Martin Gutierrez

  • Published: 2018-02-25T18:17:48+00:00
  • Duration: 69
  • By Preston Trail

19. Martine pt.VII

Martine pt.VII

Martin(e).TV originated as an ongoing video journal produced solely by artist Martine Gutierrez while in undergrad at the Rhode Island School of Design. Known for constructing perforative reimaginings of identity and personal narrative, the video series marks her own intimate transformation from Martín to Martine. First shown in 2013 at RYAN LEE Gallery in New York, the nine part series documents the artists queer adolescence before publicly transitioning in 2016 when the series was finished.


20. Garden By Alima Lee

  • Published: 2018-07-23T15:59:59+00:00
  • Duration: 304
  • By Chroma NY
Garden By Alima Lee

Continuity, the Installation: Continuity, the Installation is a moving image exhibit which opened during our conference series at the Knockdown Center. The installation addresses the influence and practice of self preservation in the lives of womxn of color through the presentation of four visual works by Damali Abrams, Ayqa Khan, Martine Gutierrez and Alima Lee. Our exhibiting artists explored themes of gender, identity, intimacy, and revenge fantasy through imaginative and personal narratives. In a dark room an abundance of silk fabrics hang from ceiling to floor. While the videos are muted and projected on the separate fabrics, the positioning of the fabrics create a dialogue on where divisions might be crossed. Essential oils, designed specifically for the exhibit by Olear Scents, burn within the maze and activate a sense of clarity, self-expression, and balance.