Clark Street Bridge Milky Way

Clark Street Bridge Milky Way

Clark Street Bridge Milky Way

Clark Street Bridge Milky Way

Clark Street Bridge Milky Way

A galactic promotional ad for Clark Street Bridge (School of Writing), utilizing macro footage fluid dynamics.

A galactic promotional ad for Clark Street Bridge (School of Writing), utilizing macro footage fluid dynamics.

A galactic promotional ad for Clark Street Bridge (School of Writing), utilizing macro footage fluid dynamics.

A galactic promotional ad for Clark Street Bridge (School of Writing), utilizing macro footage fluid dynamics.

Year
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2018

Year
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2018

Year
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2018

Year
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2018

Year
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2018

Role
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DP
Composite
Design

Role
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DP
Composite
Design

Role
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DP
Composite
Design

Other designers
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Brian Steckel
(Director)

Other designers
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Brian Steckel
John Filipkowski

Other designers
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Brian Steckel
John Filipkowski

Conception

Conception

Conception

Conception

Conception

Clark Steet Bridge is a series of two-hour poetic experiences that are scored to music and performed live. After the success of two promotional ads, Clark Street Bridge came back to FCB looking to follow-up on the series.

Creative director Brian Steckel and I worked together on this short film, combining practical in-camera effects with After Effects compositions. The entire film appropriately consists of compositons set in a galactic environment.

Clark Steet Bridge is a series of two-hour poetic experiences that are scored to music and performed live. After the success of two promotional ads, Clark Street Bridge came back to FCB looking to follow-up on the series.

Creative director Brian Steckel and I worked together on this short film, combining practical in-camera effects with After Effects compositions. The entire film appropriately consists of compositons set in a galactic environment.

Clark Steet Bridge is a series of two-hour poetic experiences that are scored to music and performed live. After the success of two promotional ads, Clark Street Bridge came back to FCB looking to follow-up on the series.

Creative director Brian Steckel and I worked together on this short film, combining practical in-camera effects with After Effects compositions. The entire film appropriately consists of compositons set in a galactic environment.

Clark Steet Bridge is a series of two-hour poetic experiences that are scored to music and performed live. After the success of two promotional ads, Clark Street Bridge came back to FCB looking to follow-up on the series.

Creative director Brian Steckel and I worked together on this short film, combining practical in-camera effects with After Effects compositions. The entire film appropriately consists of compositons set in a galactic environment.

Clark Steet Bridge is a series of two-hour poetic experiences that are scored to music and performed live. After the success of two promotional ads, Clark Street Bridge came back to FCB looking to follow-up on the series.

Creative director Brian Steckel and I worked together on this short film, combining practical in-camera effects with After Effects compositions. The entire film appropriately consists of compositons set in a galactic environment.

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Development

Development

Development

Development

Development

The project began with a script written by Clark Street Bridge head, John Claxton.

Brian and I were tasked with creating a visual that aligned with the narrative from the text and mesmerized with the viewer. One key component decided early on was that the visuals were to compliment the script, not disctract from it.

This informed our decision to take the route of filming liquid dynamics. Combining liquids like oil, water, coffee creamer and alcohol create very intricate and hypnotizing reactions. Filming these dynamics with macro lenses,  at 4k, and at 120 frames per second allowed us more control when compositing in After Effects. Compositons also consisted of footage we shot of ink dropping into water-filled fish tanks.

The footage looked eerily cosmic when put into greyscale, ink expanding outwards into water resembled distant galaxies. The intention was to juxtapose enormous galactic scenery with macro footage.

The project began with a script written by Clark Street Bridge head, John Claxton.

Brian and I were tasked with creating a visual that aligned with the narrative from the text and mesmerized with the viewer. One key component decided early on was that the visuals were to compliment the script, not disctract from it.

This informed our decision to take the route of filming liquid dynamics. Combining liquids like oil, water, coffee creamer and alcohol create very intricate and hypnotizing reactions. Filming these dynamics with macro lenses,  at 4k, and at 120 frames per second allowed us more control when compositing in After Effects. Compositons also consisted of footage we shot of ink dropping into water-filled fish tanks.

The footage looked eerily cosmic when put into greyscale, ink expanding outwards into water resembled distant galaxies. The intention was to juxtapose enormous galactic scenery with macro footage.

The project began with a script written by Clark Street Bridge head, John Claxton.

Brian and I were tasked with creating a visual that aligned with the narrative from the text and mesmerized with the viewer. One key component decided early on was that the visuals were to compliment the script, not disctract from it.

This informed our decision to take the route of filming liquid dynamics. Combining liquids like oil, water, coffee creamer and alcohol create very intricate and hypnotizing reactions. Filming these dynamics with macro lenses,  at 4k, and at 120 frames per second allowed us more control when compositing in After Effects. Compositons also consisted of footage we shot of ink dropping into water-filled fish tanks.

The footage looked eerily cosmic when put into greyscale, ink expanding outwards into water resembled distant galaxies. The intention was to juxtapose enormous galactic scenery with macro footage.

The project began with a script written by Clark Street Bridge head, John Claxton.

Brian and I were tasked with creating a visual that aligned with the narrative from the text and mesmerized with the viewer. One key component decided early on was that the visuals were to compliment the script, not disctract from it.

This informed our decision to take the route of filming liquid dynamics. Combining liquids like oil, water, coffee creamer and alcohol create very intricate and hypnotizing reactions. Filming these dynamics with macro lenses,  at 4k, and at 120 frames per second allowed us more control when compositing in After Effects. Compositons also consisted of footage we shot of ink dropping into water-filled fish tanks.

The footage looked eerily cosmic when put into greyscale, ink expanding outwards into water resembled distant galaxies. The intention was to juxtapose enormous galactic scenery with macro footage.

The project began with a script written by Clark Street Bridge head, John Claxton.

Brian and I were tasked with creating a visual that aligned with the narrative from the text and mesmerized with the viewer. One key component decided early on was that the visuals were to compliment the script, not disctract from it.

This informed our decision to take the route of filming liquid dynamics. Combining liquids like oil, water, coffee creamer and alcohol create very intricate and hypnotizing reactions. Filming these dynamics with macro lenses,  at 4k, and at 120 frames per second allowed us more control when compositing in After Effects. Compositons also consisted of footage we shot of ink dropping into water-filled fish tanks.

The footage looked eerily cosmic when put into greyscale, ink expanding outwards into water resembled distant galaxies. The intention was to juxtapose enormous galactic scenery with macro footage.

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